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Is it I'm feeling good or I'm feeling well? [duplicate]

Isn't feeling here a verb of being so you would use the adjective good?
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When to use “Well” or “Good” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why do so many people get this wrong? “How are you? / I'm well.” How would you answer the question "How are you?" I'm well. or I'm good. I notice that ...
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Use of “good” and “well” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: “I'm well” vs. “I'm good” vs. “I'm doing well”, etc What is the difference between “good” and “well” &...
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What's the difference between fine (well) and good [duplicate]

how is it correct: I'm fine (well), or I'm good
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Well vs good…proper vs conversational [duplicate]

Proper answer friendly greeting, "How are you?" I am "well" or I am "good" "I am well" sounds like I'm saying I'm not sick. "I'm good," or "good" accompanied by a friendly nod sounds much better.
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What are the differences between the following responses to the question “how are you?” [duplicate]

I am good. I am well. I feel good. I feel well. I am feeling well. I am feeling good. I am doing good. I am doing well. A former English teacher told me #1 is improper English and to use #2. Is this ...
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Using 'good' and 'well' in comparisons [duplicate]

Scenario: I 'look good' and I 'feel well,' how do I compare the two as being equal? consider the following two sentences: "I look as good as I feel" -and- "I look as well as I feel" I would choose ...
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“I feel bad for you” versus “I feel badly for you”

What is the correct usage? Apparently it is "I feel badly", but but wouldn't that mean you have an inadequate ability to feel?
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What does “You're doing fine” mean?

I watched a movie last night, A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence. In the movies, almost every character keep repeating this line: "I'm happy to hear you're doing fine." What is the ...
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'I am nice, thank you'? [closed]

I would like to know whether, if someone asks me "How are you?" and I reply "I'm nice, thank you", is the word 'nice' grammatically correct?
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Predicate adjective acceptable with “to do”

"I did good on the test." vs. "I did well on the test." The first example sounds fine to me, and the second a bit pedantic. Is the first example standard American English and, secondly, is "good" ...