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We didn't have (good, well) seats at the concert.
good
Inge and I couldn't hear the lead singer very (good, well).
well
The band performed as (good, well) as we had hoped.
well
The drummer looked (good, well) in that silver outfit.
good
It was so hot in the concert hall that I didn't feel (good, well).
well
Being a (good, well) friend, Janeatha bought me a cup of cold apple juice.
good
The apple juice tasted (good, well).
good
How (good, well) was the concert?
good
I was surprised that the bass guitarist sang so (good, well).
well
His voice is so (good, well) that I think he should become the lead singer.
good
Do you speak Vietnamise as (good, well) as your brother does?
well
My baby sister cries (loudly, loud) at bedtime.
loudly
The Mongolian dumplings, called buuz, taste (delicious, deliciously).
delicious
Alice (frantic, frantically) rushed to catch the bus.
frantically
How (well, good) can Greg sing this Israeli song, "Hava-nagilah"?
well
My model of the Eiffel Tower turned out (good, well).
good
The park seems so (peaceful, peacefully) today.
peaceful
Although she looks fine, Tina does not feel (well, good).
well
Fresh fruit and yogurt make a (good, well) dessert.
good
The sun shone (bright, brightly) on the morning of the swim meet.
brightly
I always speak (respectfully, respectful) to my parents and grandparents.
respectfully
How (well, good) a hot, steamy bath will feel.
good
Everyone on the team played (well, good) tonight.
good
Jamal felt (bad, badly) after eating such a large meal.
badly
How (good, well) did Rich play the part of Pever Van Daan in the play The Diary of Anne Frank?
well