Are you a good righter?Posted by: Shield
Irony intended. ^_^
12 Total Votes
Do you write well, not good. Example: "I'm doing good". Superman does good. You're doing well. You need to study your grammar, son.
Even if she reads the description, it still isnt what she was talking about
Shield: I read the description and I presumed it connected with the spelling error, not with what I'm talking about.
You would be right about the it being about the spelling error.... I just dont see a grammatical error of the sort you are talking about. Why would "are you a well writer?" make any sense?
Shield: No, it should be Do you write well, or something of a similar nature, not are you a "good" writer.
Theres nothing wrong with "good writer" ... Its like asking someone if they are a good student, which is just as grammatically correct as asking if they study well
Shield: It depends on your definition of good in the sentence.
Good is definitely an adjective in regards to this poll and its statements, as we can both agree that good should not ever be used as an adverb.
Shield: It could be, but I'm thinking something more on the lines like: Are you a skilled writer?
That is synonymous with what I chose to use, but I just figured I'd keep it simple, especially since I had a joke within the question.