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:<span style="color:#050;font-variant:small-caps;">adv</span>: well
 
:<span style="color:#050;font-variant:small-caps;">adv</span>: well
  
NB:  In English right/wrong is used to describe ''celle/celui qui (ne) convient (pas)'', i.e.  ''la bonne page'' (the right page), "la bonne porte" (the right door), ...
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NB:  In English right/wrong is used to describe ''celle/celui qui (ne) convient (pas)'',  
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*''la bonne page'' = the right page
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*''la bonne porte''= the right door, ...
  
Also, ''un bon mot'' is a joke or maybe a witticism, not "a good word".
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Also, ''un bon mot'' is a joke or a witticism in English.
:put a good word in for someone = say something nice about someone
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:put a good word in for <span style="color:#050;font-variant:small-caps;">so</span> = ''say <span style="color:#050;font-variant:small-caps;">sth</span> nice about <span style="color:#050;font-variant:small-caps;">so</span>''
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:'''Be good!''' more often means ''sois sage'' than ''sois bon''.
  
 
== plural noun ==
 
== plural noun ==
*''Goods'' are merchandise.  Goods are not services.
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*''Goods'' are merchandise.  Goods are not services.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:50, 29 April 2020

adjective

positive evaluative adjective (bon)

comparative: better, best
adv: well

NB: In English right/wrong is used to describe celle/celui qui (ne) convient (pas),

  • la bonne page = the right page
  • la bonne porte= the right door, ...

Also, un bon mot is a joke or a witticism in English.

put a good word in for so = say sth nice about so
Be good! more often means sois sage than sois bon.

plural noun

  • Goods are merchandise. Goods are not services.