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Students are often confused about the use of the words good and well in their writing. Write a 100-word passage to Susan Anker, the author of the course’s textbook, in which you describe five details from her book that are good and five details about the book that are written well.






Dear Susan Anker,

I think your textbook is written very well, it has really helped me with my grammar skills. The way you point out common errors that are made in the subject helps me get a good understanding of what I am doing wrong. I specially enjoy how you bold important words; this is a good way to make sure the reader knows the important concepts. I enjoy how well written your examples are, they show me exactly what is good in a sentence and what is not good in a sentence. I can tell that your use of charts was well thought out idea. Because the way you wrote out the charts for each subjects summarizes the information I need to know well. I enjoy doing the practice area such as the fill in the blank and the editing your own writing, both of these give me good idea of where I am at in my writing skills. In addition, the definitions of the part of speech are very well written and easy to understand.

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  1. Good. You've used "good" and "well" correctly.

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