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    Feel

    Hi everyone,

    Can you help me to identify this: After taking these medicines, you will feel well / good / better ?

    Which word should I choose?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Feel

    Quote Originally Posted by chutanphat View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Can you help me to identify this: After taking these medicines, you will feel well / good / better ?

    Which word should I choose?

    Thank you.
    I would use "better". Although "well" is also possible

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    Re: Feel

    Quote Originally Posted by chutanphat View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Can you help me to identify this: After taking these medicines, you will feel well / good / better ?

    Which word should I choose?

    Thank you.
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    Well or better, depending on what message you want to convey. But I'd use 'better', because after taking a medicine you will not immediately feel well, just better than you were before.

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    Re: Feel

    you can use good and better here.
    but better is more suitable to the meaning of the sentence

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    Re: Feel

    Quote Originally Posted by balack4u View Post
    You can use good and better here.
    But better is more suitable to the meaning of the sentence.
    "Good" is not correct.

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