Naučite engleski jezik sa gospodinom Duncanom - Lekcija 5 (dobro/loše)
Hi everybody, this is Misterduncan in England. How are you today? Are you OK? I hope so! Are you happy? I hope so! In this lesson we will take a look at two common words which have opposite meanings and many uses within the English language. Today we will look at Good and Bad.
In English, just like any other language, we need to be able to express that which is Positive and that which is Negative. The words "good" and "bad" give us a very simple, but useful way of expressing these descriptions easily, but there are many other ways of showing what is Good or OK and what is Bad or Not OK.
Hey! Hey there! I'm talking to you! Rude bird! It is worth remembering that the words Well and Good cannot always be used as similes. For example, you can not say… "He sang good today" "She ran good today" "They played good today". In these sentences, you can only use "well". However, when we look at it the other way round, "well" can be used instead of "good". When describing the way you feel. So saying that you feel well or that you feel good are both correct. This rule can cause a lot of confusion for some English students.
There is a saying in English that goes… "You must take the good with the bad" or "The rough with smooth". This means that life is not always fair or easy. You must accept the unpleasant experiences and hard times for what they are. All experiences are a part of living, be the good or bad.
Well that is all from me for today but do not fell bad because I will be back again very soon. Is that good for you? I hope so! This is Misterduncan in England saying… thank you for watching me, teaching you… and of course… Ta-ta for now!