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Answered: Which of the following sentences is grammatically correct? "I feel well

"I feel good" is good grammar. "Good" is an adjective that describes mood, and some other possible feelings are bad, happy, exhilarated. "I feel bad" is also correct. "Well" is most often an adverb rather than a feeling. "I feel well" could be acceptable for someone who judges the quality of ...

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Answered: What is correct grammar: I slept wonderful or I slept wonderfully

You need the adverb form "wonderfully" that describes how you slept.

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