Tossing around for the right word?


'As' is a conjunction and introduces a clause.
Example: The jury listened as the defendant stated his case.
'Like' is a preposition followed by a noun or pronoun in the objective case.
Example: Her twin sister looked like her.


These two words are used in current English communication and, in fact, are shown as 'variations' in the majority of dictionaries. However, we would determine that the following is a fair explanation:
'Enquiry' is to ask (somewhat informal)
'Inquiry' is a word used when a hearing takes place (formal)


'Good' is an adjective meaning having the right qualities.
Example: The dessert was good.
'Well" is an adverb explaining how something is done.
Example: The team work together well.