.Dear teachers, please, could you shed a light on this:
1) What's the difference between 'come in' and 'come on in'?
People talk like that all the time. Please - some examples of sentences!
2) What's the exact meaning of 'pretty much'?
a. It won't work this way, will it?
Yeah, it pretty much will.
b. You don't wanna kiss me right here, do you?
Yeah, I pretty much do.
c. It is not that bad, right?
Oh, it pretty much is.
So, I am guessing people use 'pretty much' to intensify something that someone thinks it should not happen. Am I right? If so, that's it? It is an intensifier, indicating that whatever is referred to will probably be/is that way.
Thank you very much in advance!
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