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Some people said as well as and other as good as. I do not what is the correct way. Thanks

asked Sep 22 '11 at 23:01 nancy New member

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Generally, well refers to health.  James Brown had it wrong when he sang, "I feel good."  Feeling relates to health, and if you are in a healthy frame of mind, you are well, as opposed to ill, sick, or unwell.  Good is a superlative adjective.  Something can be good, better, or best.  You can have a good computer, but you would be feeling well.

link answered Sep 23 '11 at 09:24 Courtney Contributor

I like the pop culture reference! :-) KimberlySep 23 '11 at 13:22

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