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Lesson 67

Parts of Speech - Adverbs


The adjective good should not be used for the adverb well. Well should be used for an adjective only when it refers to health or appearance.


Instructions: Choose the correct form for each of these sentences.


1. This food tastes very (good, well).


2. Ann doesn't drive very (good, well).


3. Dad writes (good, well).


4. Becky worked (good, well) today.


5. That hot sun feels (good, well).



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1. good


2. well


3. well


4. well


5. good


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