What is the difference between these two sentences:
They are organized well.
They are well-organized.
I think the former is informal. That is right?
Are there any other differences?
Also, I would like to know about the difference of these sentences:
They can do that on their own.
They can do that by them’selves.
They are organised well. - Someone (possibly themselves) has organised them
They are well organised. - Usually, they know what they are doing and are confident and efficient.
Both are equally formal.
They can do that on their own. / They can do that by themselves. (Note there is no apostrophe)
Both of these mean the same.
Thank you very much Beeesneees.