Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Intensifier"

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Q: Please show me example sentences with dead as an intensifier.
A: The most popular is “dead wrong.”
Ex:
You are dead wrong.

The second most popular is silent.
Ex:
The room went dead silent.
Q: Please show me example sentences with dead as an intensifier.
A: The only ones I can think of are "dead wrong" and "dead ahead" probably? I think it's much more common in the UK.
Q: Please show me example sentences with very (as an intensifier).
A: Thank you for telling me! So helpful! “Note” would be especially a big help for me:))

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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? intensifier
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Q: Can I use “goddamn” as an intensifier with a person's name informally? Does it sound natural?

For example:
“Goddamn Amanda told me that.”
“It was goddamn Peter who screwed me over.”

If not, which word would you use as an intensifier with a person's name? Something like: “it was that goddamn person”, “it was that blasted person”.
A: yes you can!
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Q: I don't understand the intensifiers and mitigators, what is the difference between these sentences:
1) the movie was very boring (intensifier)
2) the movie was quite boring (mitigator)
are they alike?
A: “Very boring” means that the movie was awful. “Quite boring” means it wasn’t interesting, but not as bad as “very” boring.

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