- For Teachers
Which of the above is right good or well? or both? when talking about names for instance.
Well can be used as an adjective when it means not sick.
Tom sounds good today. (His voice has a high quality sound.)
Tom sounds well today. (He no longer sounds sick.)
The violin sounds well or good?
The violin (noun) sounds (linking verb) good (adjective) if it is played (verb [participle]) well (adverb).