Last time, we looked at how to use “well” as an adverb and adjective. Today, let’s look at some of the ways we can use “well” as an exclamation.
In spoken English, “well” has a lot of different uses. We often use “well” at the beginning of a sentence to show we need time to think.
B:Well, let me think. Maybe she’d like some perfume.
B:Well, it’s hard to say. I hope it went okay.
“Well” is also used to show that you are saying something that is not expected.
B: Well, I’m not really a big fan of horror movies.
B: Well, I tried, but it was already booked.
“Well” is often used to continue a conversation after a pause, or to end a conversation.
・Well, I should be going now.