Good, Great and Wonderful

Cassie   Wed Oct 25, 2006 7:49 am GMT

I am from a non-English speaking country. My friend from an English speaking country told me that I am a wonderful girl. I don't really believe it and I was wondering, what's the difference between a good girl, a great girl and a wonderful girl? Sorry if this question sounds quite silly but I am just curious about when you use "good", "great" and "wonderful " to describe someone.

I would be very appericiate if someone could give his own opinions.

Thanks ;D

Meesh   Wed Oct 25, 2006 8:04 am GMT
Good is good. How do you describe good?

Great is when you're REALLLLLY good.

And wonderful...well. That means you're so absolutely great that you actually make people wonder about you!


I, myself, prefer to use the word "amazing" over "wonderful." I usually describe food...or personal experiences as being "wonderful."

But that's just me.
Jack   Fri Oct 27, 2006 9:51 am GMT
When you describe someone who is wonderful, it's when she's just amazing, like she is nice, kind, beautiful and has all the good quilities that a girl should have. And that she makes you don't even believe that she is real~
Do you guys agree with that about "wonderful"?