Student or Learner
I'm learning American English using Rosetta Stone and the software uses "well" instead of "good" for actions:
1. The music is good.
2. He drives well.
But I checked the Merriem-Webster and "good" can also be an adverb. I'm wondering is it better (or more correct) to use "well" for actions as the software do?
I would be grateful for any suggestion. And sorry, I misspelled the title. It should be: "Adjective (good) VS adverb (well).