Student or Learner
Would you be kind enough to test the following sentences?
1.His suspicious were well-founded.
2.He is ill-mannered.
3.It was an ill-advised act.
4.It was an ill-timed remark.
5.She is well-read in Rushian literature.
6.He is ill-natured.
7.He is ill-tempered.
8.We learned about it from well-informed people.
9.She was well-disposed to us.
10.He got some well-earned leave.
11.The remark was well-meant.
Thank you for your efforts.
Last edited by vil; 13-Jun-2009 at 13:35.
I'd use people in 8 unless the context cried out for persons and some instead of the indefinte article in 10.