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|Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Spanish term or phrase: El profesor siempre nos explica la leccion bien a nosotros.|
|El profesor siempre nos explica la leccion bien a nosotros.|
|English translation:The teacher always explains the lesson to us well.|
"well" is usually used as an adverb: The team played well.
"well" as an adjective usually means 'in good health': George can't come because he is not very well.
Therefore,"Well" should go at the end of the sentence.
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the teacher always explains well the lesson to us