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Well and Good
Well and good can have similar meanings, but in this case well is an adverb, while good is an adjective.
Note that we cannot say She speaks well English. (Adverbs cannot usually go between the verb and the object.)
There is also an adjective well, meaning ‘in good health’.
Note that the adjective well is only used to talk about health.
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