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    "Very." as a reply

    Can "Very." be a reply (without other words or phrases?)

    For example, You say you started to use a new app and your friend says "Is that good?"
    Then, would it be correct to say just "Very." instead of "Very good."?

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    Re: "Very." as a reply

    That could work, informally.

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    Re: "Very." as a reply

    Just saying very can be a way of emphasising it.

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