Question About The Use Of Adverbs
Hello, I´m Joanna...i Have The Correct Use, Because I Had Understand That "very" Is An Adverb?
Re: Question About The Use Of Adverbs
Very can be an adverb or an adjective. It depends on the sentence. For example,
- In a high degree; extremely: very happy; very much admired.
- Truly; absolutely: the very best advice; attended the very same schools.
- Very Used in titles: the Very Reverend Jane Smith.
- Complete; absolute: at the very end of his career; the very opposite.
- Being the same one; identical: the very question she asked yesterday.
- Being particularly suitable or appropriate: the very item needed to increase sales.
- Being precisely as stated: the very center of town.
- Mere: The very thought is frightening.
- Actual: caught in the very act of stealing.
- Genuine; true: "Like very sanctity, she did approach" (Shakespeare).
Hello, I'm Joanna. Am I correct in (my) understanding that "very" is an adverb?
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