Let me get straight to the point: with my many many years' experience in learning and teaching how to write, I have come to the conclusion that 'very' is that one word that lazy writers (like myself sometimes) use when they do not want to think hard of a better one-word substitute. So, instead of… Continue reading Lesson 75: Five Words You Should Not Use ‘very’ With!
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