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    Take good care of

    * Could you help me understand this sentence:
    - "you need to take good care of flowers."
    I know "take care of " is a verb, so we need an adverb "well" for verb "take care of". what about "good" in this sentence is what? "good " is an adjective, it is placed a noun. Could you express more?
    * " Professional shopper" what does it mean? it is a job. could you explain more about this job?


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    Re: Take good care of

    "Good" serves as an adjective here, modifying the preceding noun, "care".

    An expert who is good at shopping goods.

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