Monday, April 10, 2006

El vino de la casa es muy bueno.

The house wine is very good.

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fiddlehead said...

here's my rule for bueno and bien.
Bueno is an adjective, which I usually translate as "good". Bien is usually an adverb which translates as "well".
The wine is good, not well. People can be well. You can do something well (bien hecho=well done/made). you can say "todo bien" (all is well) but things and objects are usually good.

Dana Law said...

Thank you for the briefing on buen and bueno. I have never seen it explained so clearly. At least it helped me. Thanks, Dana Law