whats the difference between "bem" and "bom"???
Bem = well (adverb), bom = good. (adjective).
Which would be more common to say, "Ele fala muito bem." or "Ele fala realmente bem." ? I typed my response with 'muito' originally and then second-guessed myself, looked at the dictionary hints and changed it to 'realmente'.
ele fala bem realmente. Should this be wrong?
then you have to say "ela fala realmente bem" (adverb before).
Does the adverb always come before?
That's a general rule, but depending on the sentence it may go in another place.
Ela fala mesmo bem?