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    heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelllllllllllpc

    hi all
    how r u ?
    can you explain when we use
    very or extremely in sentense like

    Replace the strong adjectives in sentences 1-10 with
    very/extremely and the adjectives in the box

    angry scared small big bad silly
    interesting tasty unpleasant important


    1. Emad was furious when he discovered that Alex had
    borrowed his new car without his permission.
    2. Kevin owns an enormous house in the countryside
    with more than twenty rooms.
    3. Everybody started laughing when Luke walked in
    wearing aridiculoushat.
    4. It is essential that you wear safety glasses when doing
    this experiment.
    5. I saw tiny insects crawling all over the walls of the
    building.
    6. Layla made a delicious chicken pie last night.
    7. Our hotel bathroom was disgusting; it was dirty and
    there were cockroaches crawling all over the floor.
    8. That book was awful; the plot was stupid and the
    ending was very bad.
    9. I studied archaeology because I find it fascinating.
    10. Nadia was terrified when she went bungee jumping.

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    Re: heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelllllllllllpc

    We like to help when we can, but we don't help with homework assignments. Your teacher wants to know what you can do, not what we can do.

    Please give your threads helpful titles, spelt correctly and with one exclamation mark at most.

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    Re: heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelllllllllllpc

    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Rose View Post
    Hi all
    How are you?
    Can you explain when how we use "very" or "extremely" in sentences like these:

    Replace the strong adjectives in sentences 1-10 with very/extremely and the adjectives in the box:
    angry
    scared
    small
    big
    bad
    silly
    interesting
    tasty
    unpleasant
    important

    1. Emad was furious when he discovered that Alex had borrowed his new car without his permission.
    2. Kevin owns an enormous house in the countryside with more than twenty rooms.
    3. Everybody started laughing when Luke walked in wearing a ridiculous hat.
    4. It is essential that you wear safety glasses when doing this experiment.
    5. I sawtinyinsects crawling all over the walls of the building.
    6. Layla made a delicious chicken pie last night.
    7. Our hotel bathroom was disgusting; it was dirty and there were cockroaches crawling all over the floor.
    8. That book was awful; the plot was stupid and the ending was very bad.
    9. I studied archaeology because I find it fascinating.
    10. Nadia wasterrifiedwhen she went bungee jumping.
    Please see my amendments to your post in red. Remember the rules of written English:

    - Start every sentence with a capital letter.
    - End every sentence with a single appropriate punctuation mark.
    - Always capitalise the word "I".
    - Always capitalise proper nouns.
    - Do not put a space before a comma, full stop, question mark or exclamation mark.
    - Always put a space after a comma, full stop, question mark or exclamation mark.
    - Use full English words, not textspeak/chatlish (ie use "are" not "r", "you" not "u". There is no such word as "Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelllllllllllllpc".

    As 5jj said, we do not help with homework. Do the best you can, submit it to your teacher and then, after you get it back with your mark, come back to us if you don't understand any of your teacher's corrections and comments.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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