English Proficiency Training - The Proper Use of Well and Good

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English Proficiency Training - The Proper Use of Well and Good

  1. 1. When to Use "Well" and "Good" an English proficiency lesson on the proper use of well and good in creating essays and sentences jroozreview.com/business-english-proficiency
  2. 2. Good  This is an adjective. As we all know, adjectives are used to describe a noun. Hence, the word "good" can be in different positions in a sentence. 1. It can be placed before the noun it modifies. 2. It can be placed after be verbs. 3. It can be placed after state verbs (look, smell, taste, feel) jroozreview.com/business-english-proficiency
  3. 3. Good (sample sentences) 1. It can be placed before the noun it modifies. Good people always find themselves lucky both in career and in their relationship. I need to get good grades in my IELTS examination. jroozreview.com/business-english-proficiency
  4. 4. Good (sample sentences) 2. It can be placed after be verbs. The driver is good. The chicken that you prepared last night was so good. jroozreview.com/business-english-proficiency
  5. 5. Good (sample sentences) 3. It can be placed after state verbs (look, smell, taste, feel) Joel smells really good today. The coffee tasted good. jroozreview.com/business-english-proficiency
  6. 6. Well  The word "well" is an adverb. As a review, adverbs are words that modify a verb, an adjective, another adverb or even the whole idea of the sentence. We use well when we refer to health. exam ples You did well today. (In this sentence, the word “well” is modifying the verb “did”.) It was a well-explained essay. (It describes the word “explained” functioning as an adjective.) jroozreview.com/business-english-proficiency

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