Really or Very?

Saturday, January 22, 2011

This blog is very helpful for learning English. I read it very often and I really look forward to new posts. I usually wake up very early in the morning and read Laura’s Improving English blog. Her suggestions are very helpful and I’m always learning really unusual things or very fascinating things about life in the USA. I’m very anxious to read her next American Kitsch post!

What's the difference between really and very?

"Very" and "really" both mean a lot.

Really can be used before an adjective or before a verb.

Very can only be used before an adjective.

  • Ezio really likes candles.
  • Ezio likes candles very much.
  • Carla really talks a lot.
  • Carla is very talkative.
  • You are really fabulous!
  • You are very fabulous!
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