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Francine was a very good cook.
Bob is pretty good at fixing things.
This rock will make a good paperweight.
Electric cars are good for driving around town.
George had always tried to lead a good life.
It would be good if you gave the money back.
I don't feel very good – I'm going to lie down.
Do you think the eggs are still good?
'They should be here in half an hour.' 'Good.'
Oh, good, you remembered to buy the milk.
He comes from a very good family.
Your accent doesn't make you better than me.
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