Sep 03, 2021 - 07:46 AM
Although they might seem to be used interchangeably, they're not. This is something we explain much further, but to make sure you don't mix them up here's the deal:
Bon means "good", it's an adjective, so it changes in the feminine and plural forms (bonne, bons, bonnes)
The opposite is Mauvais which means bad and also agrees in feminine and plural (mauvaise, mauvaises)
Ce plat est bon.
C'est une bonne salade.
While Bien means "well", it's an adverb so it never changes and it doesn't describe a noun but rather a verb, an action.
It's opposite is Mal which means Badly and which never changes either.
Je vais bien.
Ce docteur écrit mal.
Sep 04, 2021 - 02:44 AM