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Which fits better

Wow! He hit that ball good or well.

Does the missing word describe how he hit it or him?

Which fits better?

I'm glad he raised his glove real or really quickly quick and caught the ball.

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    I think it is he hit the ball well because it describes how he hit it

    I think really quickly because it describes how he raised the glove

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