Good/Well

V. Bell

Read the statements below and write in the correct word. Remember the differences between the words.

1. Good means having the proper qualities. Good is an adjective.

2. Well means in an excellent or proper manner.

Write in the correct word here and on your paper; click "submit" at the end.


  1. Because Louis studied very hard for the math test, he did (good,well) and was proud of his achievement.
  2. Your answer:


  3. After eating two candy bars, three hot dogs, and a double scoop of ice cream for lunch, Curtis did not feel very (good,well).
  4. Your answer:


  5. The man received a large bonus because the business merger had been so (good,well) for both companies.
  6. Your answer:


  7. Almost every parent will agree that the main lesson that sports participation should teach children is how to be (good,well) losers and gracious winners.
  8. Your answer:


  9. Everyone in town watched the surviving family members move away and wished them (good,well).
  10. Your answer:



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