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    "hearing well"

    Could somebody please tell me if the above is grammatically correct? Is this correct or should it be "hearing good"?

    Thanks for your help.

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    Re: "hearing well"

    You cannot take two words out of any context and ask whether they are grammatically correct.

    "I have been hearing well reports about you." is NOT correct
    "I have been hearing good reports about you." is correct

    "I have been seeing and hearing well since I've used the new medication."
    is correct.

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