- Are you good or are you well?
- How do you say I am well?
- What does I’m well mean?
- Can I say I’m good?
- What is difference between Will and well?
- Why is saying I’m good wrong?
- What we can say instead of I am fine?
- Is it pretty good or pretty well?
- How do you respond to I am great?
- What should I say instead of good?
- How’s your day meaning?
Are you good or are you well?
The rule of thumb is that good is an adjective and well is an adverb.
Good modifies a noun; something can be or seem good.
Well modifies a verb; an action can be done well.
However, when you’re talking about health, well can be used as an adjective..
How do you say I am well?
Ways to say that you are well.I’m fine thank you.I feel great / marvellous / fine.Couldn’t be better.Fit as a fiddle.Very well, thanks.Okay.Alright.Not bad.More items…
What does I’m well mean?
The phrase “I am well” can mean a few different things : Interestingly, besides meaning the adverbial form of the word “good,” the word “well” can be an adjective meaning “healthy” or “in a satisfactory state.” Thus “I am well” could reasonably be interpreted as “I am healthy” or “I am in a satisfactory state.”
Can I say I’m good?
The verb “am,” however, involves special circumstances that make “I’m good” a perfectly acceptable answer. It’s true that adverbs, not adjectives, are used to modify most verbs. For example, “We danced well,” not “We danced good.” Adjectives are only used to describe nouns, as in “We performed a good dance.”
What is difference between Will and well?
As verbs the difference between will and well is that will is (archaic) to wish, desire or will can be (rare|transitive) to wish, desire (something) while well is to issue forth, as water from the earth; to flow; to spring.
Why is saying I’m good wrong?
19 2014. Basically, the argument is that “well” is an adverb and “good” is an adjective. If you say “I eat good” it is wrong because you would use the adverb, well, to describe the verb and the adjective, good, to describe a noun.
What we can say instead of I am fine?
Some common ones are: I’m good. I’m doing well. I’m okay (or OK).
Is it pretty good or pretty well?
The difference is that good is an adjective while well is an adverb. Examples: The party was pretty good last night. “Did you enjoy the film?” – “Yes, it was pretty good.”
How do you respond to I am great?
When we say “I’m great” in response to “how are you”, we don’t mean “I’m an awesome person,” we mean, “I’m in a great mood right now.” Also, yes, we generally reply with “I’m fine” or “good” or “okay” but that’s also often a lie/ an automatic response so that people don’t have to think about it!
What should I say instead of good?
How’s your day meaning?
When someone asks, “How is your day?” the person is asking: Whether you had a good or bad day. Whether you enjoyed the day. Whether it was an interesting day or not. Whether it was stressful or not.