What Are Their Main Differences?
When to Use 'Very'?
is used before adjectives to intensify them.
The people at the charity party were
The movie was
is used before adverbs to intensify them.
Do not drive
The exam was
He did it
The children walked
We are holding Sam's birthday party
When to Use 'Such'?
is used before nouns or adjective + nouns to emphasize them.
My mother is
You look like
I cannot have
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Such vs. So Much
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More vs. Most
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More vs. Greater
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