Good vs. Well Practice
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Sydney ran (good/well).
Frank thinks bacon is (good/well).
Madeline wants to do (good/well) on her test.
I did (good/well) on my test!
These cookies are so (good/well)
The shirt looks (good/well) on you!
I am doing quite (good/well).
Carrie is (good/well) at swimming.
The fruit tasted (good/well).
The (good/well) dog always stayed out of trouble.
Uh oh. I don't feel (good/well).
Ice cream tastes (good/well).
My soft shirt feels so (good/well).
The water from the well tasted so (good/well).
good, most often
Which one is an adjective: good or well?
Which one is an adverb: good or well?
The track star ran (good/well).
Both are correct! It depends on your meaning: "happy" (good) or "healthy" (well).
Are you feeling (good/well)?
I did not smell (good/well) after my run.
Will you try speaking (good/well) this time?
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