VOCABULARY – Instead of VERY (6)

The word VERY is an adverb and an intensifier – it comes before an adverb or adjective to make it more intense (to a higher degree).

  • Say sage instead of very wise.
  • Say pouring instead of very rainy.
  • Say cutthroat instead of very competetive.
  • Say stingy instead of very cheap.
  • Say perplexed instead of very confused.
  • Say exhiliarating instead of very exciting.
  • Say lethargic instead of very sleepy.
  • Say gaunt instead of very thin.
  • Say adored instead of very loved.

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