When writing in English, too often we tend to use the word “very” to intensify the adjectives we use.
This is not a good practice, though, and it is better to avoid using the word “very” in favor of more appropriate adjectives.
The English language is rich in beautiful words. We tend to use a simplified vocabulary, but we should not forget that there are plenty of amazing adjectives in this language that can express different tones and variations of emotion, feeling, and characteristics.
Let’s take a look at some of the most useful options!
HUGE or MASSIVE
You can practice in your emails and when you speak over the phone. Print out the chart above, if you want, and keep it in front of you when you work. Little by little, you will become more confident and start using new words!
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