Good

"Good" is an adjective. This means it describes peoplethings and places, not verbs.
 
"She is a good student."
These sentences are correct: 
  • Sam is a good boy.
  • They live in a good house.
  • This is not a good place to stay in.
These sentences are incorrect: 
  • Sam behaves good.
  • They eat good.
  • She sings really good.

    Well

    "Well" is usually an adverb, and it generally describes actions
     
    "She dances well."
     
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    These sentences are correct: 
    • Sam behaves well.
    • They eat well.
    • She sings really well.
    These sentences are incorrect: 
    • Sam is a well boy.
    • They live in a well house.
    • This is not a well place to live in.
      Note: "Well" can be used as an adjective. In such cases, it is usually not used before the noun, and it means "healthy" or "in a good state."
       
      For example: 
      • You don't look well.
      • All is well with my family.
      • Get well!
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  • very good 

    very  is adverb 

    good is adjective 

    thank you 

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