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Could you tell me which of these sentences is correct: - you did well to take a taxi. - you did right to take a taxi. - you did good to take a taxi
Jan 13, 2021 6:59 PM
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Well is best descriptor in this example
8 days ago
Here are a few correct phrases: It was good that you took a taxi. It was good for you to take a taxi. It's good that you took a taxi.
8 days ago
The first two can be correct depending on context. You did good is used quite a lot in informal American English but it is not grammatically correct.
8 days ago
it must be well
8 days ago
All of them are correct.
8 days ago
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