“Good and well” synonymous with “welcome”? ?
Bring something nice to the potluck. Vegetables are well and good too.
Does the sentence sound natural?
- Chi girlLv 73 weeks ago
There are *two* sentences.
1. Bring something nice to the potluck.
2. Vegetables are well and good too. The expression "well and good" isn't used that way. Just say vegetables are good.
- BillybeanLv 74 weeks ago
Bring something nice to the potluck - vegetable dishes are always welcome.
Mind you, quite what constitutes "nice" is open to interpretation. Why would anyone bring something "nasty".
- samLv 54 weeks ago
Bring something nice to the potluck. this is a grammatically correct sentence. Nice is not my favourite word but it gets the point across.
Vegetables are well and good too. Doesnt really say what you want it to. I would say something like Feel free to bring vegetables, or Vegetables would be good too.
- RPLv 74 weeks ago
For the man question, no. They are not synonymous. For the second, no, but it can be improved by making it, Vegetables are good, too.
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- Pearl LLv 74 weeks ago
it sounds okay to me