Don’t Say VERY in English

Don't Say Very in English

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    We use the word very when we want to emphasize something or make it more extreme. A lot of English students rely too much on this word. There are tons of other great words in English you can use instead.

    Very rude = So rude
    Very hot = Scorching
    Very cold = Freezing
    Very good = Superb
    Very rich = Wealthy
    Very poor = Destitute
    Very fast = Quick
    Very short = Brief
    Very boring = Dull
    Very hungry = Ravenous
    Very thirsty = Parched
    Very happy = Delighted
    Very mean = Nasty
    Very worried = Anxious
    Very dirty = Filthy
    Very clean = Spotless
    Very sad = Miserable

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