Grammar Tips (문법 팁): “Good” vs. “Well”

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Do you sometimes find the words “good” and “well” confusing? Answer the short quiz below to check how well you know when to use these words.

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According to Your Dictionary, one way to understand the difference between the two is to remember that “good” is an adjective and “well” is an adverb.

The word “good” is always used with a noun. Good should never be used as an adverb. For example:

  • She is a good singer.
  • We are good students.

The word “well” is used to modify a verb, adverb or another adjective and answers the question “how?”. For example:

  • He plays the guitar well.
  • She speaks English well.

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