I need a reminder: Is "dobrze" an unchangeable adjective?
EDIT - (after immery's response): Oh poop! I mean to write adverb
dobrze = well ->adverb
dobry, dobra, dobre, dobrzy = good ->adjective
And adverbs are not inflected in Polish, i.e. they don't change like for example nouns, verbs or adjectives.
whoop whoop! at last something that doesn't have 42 versions lol
My son cooks very good - is it wrong to use good instead of well?
My son is very good at cooking is not accepted?
Why does it not accept "My son is a very good chef", but it accepts "My son is a very good Cook"?
Well, "My son is a very good cook" is already quite far from the original sentence, but if we decided to accept it, I guess there's no reason to reject "chef"... added now.
Can it be, 'mój syn gotuje bardzo dobrze' In that order aswell?
Yes, although this stress on 'bardzo dobrze' sounds as if someone claimed that your son was a bad cook and then you reply angrily that he's a very good cook.