Words to Use Instead of ‘VERY’ – 1

Words to Use Instead of ‘VERY’ – 1

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I think it’s time that we all stop harassing the word the very and give it some rest.

जब भी हमे किसी feeling को बढ़ा चढ़ा कर व्यक्त करना होता है या ज़्यादा intensity के साथ अपनी बात को दूसरे तक पहुंचाना होता है, तब हम अक्सर शब्द का प्रयोग करते हैं।

Lately, we all have developed a habit of exploiting the word very whenever we are at a loss of exact words to express ourselves.

The English language has a lot of words that depict different degrees of feelings, but the sad truth is that we are not aware of all of them.

We call these words as:

ADJECTIVE ⇒ COMPARATIVE ⇒ SUPERLATIVES

We all know the degrees of some basic words such as:

ADJECTIVE   COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVES
GOOD BETTER BEST
MUCH MORE MOST
BAD WORSE WORST

 

But what happens when you don’t remember the right word at the right time?
You use the ultimate life saver – VERY

हम अक्सर किसी भी शब्द की adjective form से पहले very शब्द का प्रयोग कर लेते हैं।
क्या आप जानते हैं की यह पूरी तरह सही नहीं है?

Very शब्द का प्रयोग English communication में बहुत ही informal माना जाता है।

Sometimes, it could give an impression that you don’t have a strong vocabulary.

Now, you don’t want that to happen right?

Today, we’ll learn a few words that you can and you should use instead of using very and I assure you that you won’t be going down the ‘VERY LANE’ again.

Here goes:

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VERY SHY = TIMID
• Sam is a very shy boy.
• Sam is a timid boy.
• Sam एक बहुत ही शर्मीला लड़का है।

VERY ANGRY = FURIOUS
• My mum gets very angry when I don’t clean my room.
• My mum gets furious when I don’t clean my room.
• जब मेरा कमरा साफ नहीं होता, तो मेरी मां बहुत क्रोधित हो जाती हैं।

VERY CUTE = ADORABLE
• Your daughter is very cute.
• Your daughter is adorable.
• आपकी बेटी बहुत प्यारी है।

VERY BAD = AWFUL
• The weather is very bad today.
• The weather is awful today.
• आज मौसम बहुत बुरा है।

VERY FANCY = LAVISH
• We went to a very fancy hotel for lunch.
• We went to a lavish hotel for lunch.
• हम एक बहुत फैंसी होटल में खाना खाने  गए।

VERY IMPORTANT = CRUCIAL
• Your opinion is very important in this matter.
• Your opinion is crucial in this matter.
• इस मामले में आपकी राय बहुत महत्वपूर्ण है।

VERY SLOW = SLUGGISH
• The share market has been very slow these past few years.
• The share market has been sluggish these past few years.
• पिछले कुछ सालों से शेयर बाज़ार बहुत धीमा रहा है।

VERY FAST = SWIFT
• She made a very fast recovery after the operation.
• She made a swift recovery after the operation.
• वह ऑपरेशन के बाद बहुत जल्दी स्वस्थ हालात में आ गयी।

VERY DIRTY = FILTHY
• The rooms in that hospital were very dirty.
• The rooms in that hospital were filthy.
• उस अस्पताल में कमरे बहुत गंदे थे।

VERY FUNNY = HILARIOUS
• I find his jokes very funny.
• I find his jokes hilarious.
• मुझे उसके चुटकुले बहुत मज़ेदार लगते हैं।

To further improve your vocabulary, read our blog ‘Fancy English Words You Should Know

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