Which are correct:
1-A beaten man came in.
2-A very beaten man came in.
3-A much beaten man came in.
4-A very much beaten man came in.
5-That man is beaten.
6That man is very beaten.
7-That man is much beaten.
8-That man is very much beaten.
"Beaten" here is supposed to mean "physically beaten" and not "defeated".
I think since "beaten" is a past partciple all of these sentences should technically work. (One could replace "man" with "car" and "beaten" with "damaged") But I am not sure any of them are idiomatic.
None of the examples with "much" are correct.
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