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Using Good and Well 

Using Good and Well


  • The adjective good tells more about a noun
  • The adverb well tells more about a verb
  • The comparative and superlative forms of well are better and best.

Example

  • The good food made us feel well.

Using Good and Well Worksheet

Write each sentence. Choose the correct word to complete the sentence. Underline the word being described.
1. I didn’t sleep (good, well) last night.
2. I had a (good, well) reason to stay up late.
3. I would have done (better, best) if I hadn’t been tired.
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