Good is an adjective.
Adjectives tell about people, places or things. Adjectives tell about nouns.
Well is an adverb.
Adverbs tell about actions. Adverbs tell about verbs.
- This woman is a good boss. She leads well.
- She is a good speaker. She speaks well.
- She is a good team player. She cooperates well.
- This man is a good cook. He cooks well.
- He is a good shopper. He shops well.
- He is a good homemaker. He organizes well.
Let’s look at some different examples:
You must run well to win a medal. You must be a good runner.
You must paint well to have a picture in a museum. You must be a good painter.
- My friend always helps me. She is a __________ friend.
- He plays soccer __________. He is on his school’s team.
- He dances ________. People like to watch him dance at parties.
- A _______ tailor can make her own clothes.
- He is a ______ barber, so I asked him to cut my hair.
- If I can speak English _____, I can get a _______ job.
- a good friend
- plays soccer well
- dances well
- a good tailor
- a good barber
- speak English well/a good job