Practice 1: Should you say “I’m well” or “I’m good?”
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Based on this lesson, complete the blank in each sentence with the correct form of “good” or “well.” Some items could have multiple correct answers.
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I couldn’t understand the lecture very well.
In this sentence, “well” is the adverbial form of “good.” It is used to describe “understand.”
… I’ve finally started feeling well today. (This has the sense of feeling sound of body and mind.)
… I’ve finally started feeling good today. (This has the sense of “not bad.”)
… I’ve finally started feeling better today. (As a comparative, “better” is ambiguous; it could be a comparative of “good” or “better.”)
Chef Ecks can cook seafood very well.
… the plot gets really good towards the end.
Everyone thinks very well of him.
I don’t feel very good about the exam.
I hope your interview goes well tomorrow.
… I hope you did well.
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