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Hi, Ahmed,

@Ahmed towab posted:

1- Furniture sells well in this town.

2- Furniture is sold well in this town.

I think both sentences are structurally right with a difference in meaning.  Am I right?

Yes. (1) is merely more idiomatic to say that the sale of furniture is a success. In sentence (2) the adverb "well" might have other connotations. You may find this other thread I came across useful: https://thegrammarexchange.inf...well-vs-is-sold-well

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