good (adjective) effective; efficient; (adverb) well completely fully
Evelyn has been a good physicians assistant for many years now(adjective)
This is about as good as it gets for this group. (adverb) well (adverb) in a pleasing or desirable manner fittingly to a larg extent
I felt well after the challenging mountain climb.
Pierre fit in well with the new group of students in his new school.
These girls are well schooled in how to stay fit.
fewer: (adjective used to modify plural nouns) a smaller number Fewer people participated in last yearís fundraiser. less: (adjective used to modify singular nouns) not so much; smaller in size
Edith felt less fear about going on that ride.
have: (verb) helping verb
I could have finished the recording in two hours. of: (preposition) used in prepositional phrases, but not in verb phrases
She was a woman of great dignity and service to her country.
imply: (verb) to suggest indirectly
Did the speaker imply that we should be doing more to preserve the society? infer: (verb) to draw a conclusion from facts
What did you infer from the speakerís words regarding global warming?
itís: (contraction of it + is or it + has) Itís starting to rain. Itís begun to drizzle. its: (adjective) the possessive form of it
The colorful umbrella has lost some of its color.
The red river appears as a red vein enticing something. The stellar photograph of Betsiboka River estuary courtesy NASA, was taken by the STS104 crew. The red color is because of the sediments, it carries a huge quantity of reddish orange silt. Astronauts have even described that the color ironically makes you believe that Madagascar is bleeding to death. Indeed this perceptive surveillance sheds light on Madagascars environmental problems, the consequence of soil erosion. This is again due to excessive deforestation that is necessary to make enough land available for agriculture. As the economy of Madagascar very much depends on the agricultural produce.