I'd be ____ obliged if you could help me.
'obliged' is a past participle and cannot, in theory, be used with 'very'. In practice, some very common past participles like 'interested' are used with 'very'. It is grammatically wrong but usage has other rules!
This sentence doesn't actually make sense. I am very surprised that the majority voted very. I don't think it's possible to be 'very' obliged is someone could help you.
i guess I was wrong seeing how the votes were
I think very is the abnswer.
Which is the best way to describe a nonfat man: Slender, slim, lean. I have noticed that some guys object to the first two. But in theory, whichone is correc?
i think it will be very cause it just makes since with it.
normly we ues much with countabl varb and very with uncountabl
i don't think 'very' is the right answer
I think much is the most suitable Word to be used here