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

The meaning of "Very" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does hello' you a very beautiful mean?
A: It means that you are complimenting someone on how they look / their appearance!
Q: What does Very much it is also very badly written. mean?
A: Wait, I think I misunderstood, I’m sorry!! It is also very badly written means the writing was bad.
Q: What does very well mean?
Q: What does a very English put-down mean?
A: A 'put-down' is a phrase or act that belittles or criticises someone. A 'very English put-down' would be an insult or criticism that is typically English (as in sounding particularly British.) Examples of this could be:
-You bloody tosser
- You're such a bloody idiot
We like the word 'bloody' in the UK^-^
A 'very American put-down' would be an insult or criticism using Americanisms (particularly American sounding words.)
You can also put yourself down by thinking you are fat or stupid etc.
Sorry I can't explain in Russian:( I hope you understand
Q: What does very any mean?
A: Ah, I think he might have said something like "Not very many people smoke marijuana in Japan."

Example sentences using "Very"

Q: Please show me example sentences with 'at the very least'.
A: Here’s a couple of examples:

“I have an exam in one week and I need to get two hours of studying done every day, at the very least”

“I paid for drinks last time we went out so, at the very least, you have to get the first round”

“I’ve seen them together twice now so they’re interested in each other, at the very least”
Q: Please show me example sentences with very.
A: I love you very much
This food is very good
Trump is very stupid
It is very rainy outside
Q: Please show me example sentences with at the very least.
A: "At the very least" adds emphasis to "at least". Similar to "if nothing else,..."

Example:
At the very least, tell me your name.
Q: Please show me example sentences with at the very least.
A: At the very least, you should eat your salad.

At the very least do your homework before gaming

Synonyms of "Very" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between very and really ?
A: The words "very" and "really" are usually placed in front of adjectives to make it sound more powerful.
- That dress is really nice.
- That dress is very nice.
Here, both of these sentences are the same.
However, there are times when you can only use "very" or "really" in a sentence.
For example:
- I really like your house (you can't say "I very like your house", this doesn't make sense).
- This is very much the same with all of the work. (you can't replace the word "very" with "really" here.)
Generally the word "really" sounds a lot more informal compared to "very" and if you're writing sentences, you would usually use "very" before the adjective.
For example, you would write "it's very cold" instead of "it's really cold" unless it's informal.
Q: What is the difference between very and too, so ?
A: You can use it in the same way without much difference:
"This is very interesting!" = "This is so interesting!"
But with "so" you also express excitement about something.
"Too" in this way would be like expression "too much".
"This is too boring!" - Almost like you can't endure it anymore!
Q: What is the difference between more and most and very ?
A: @scarlett840: more es utilizado para más, most cuando te refieres a el más, como la personas que más quieres, y very quiere decir muy, es muy divertida
Q: What is the difference between very and so and really and pretty ?
A: Really and pretty are the best to use in my opinion but all could work.

"It is so simple a monkey could do it."

"It is pretty simple to understand once you have the hang of it."

"It is very simple, you just need to study more."

"It is really simple, once you have the hang of it."
Q: What is the difference between very and really ?
A: "It is really cold outside"
"It is very cold outside."
These both express the same meaning.

But if you look at a sentence like this.

"I really like her".
"I very like her" (makes no sense)
You would instead say
"I like her very much."

We don't use very to modify verbs.

He very jumps high. (incorrect)
He really jumps high. (correct)
He jumps very high (correct)

Translations of "Very"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? very
A: really,very
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 'That's very delicious.'
A: Very delicious is not normal as delicious is already the extreme of something, you can get away with it but it would not be my first choice of words. Which words to use will vary based on region, extent of enjoyment of the food, formality and a few other factors.

Delicious alone is adequate to convey the sentiment in most situations.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? no very good
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm a very hungry
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i'm very it
A: It's too bad that it seems like she won't be able to understand you.

Other questions about "Very"

Q: Very close from that location, there is a bullfighting ring called ‘Arenas’. It is not a bullfighting ring anymore, as it is not allowed in this part of Spain since 2012, so they converted it into a mall, and it has very nice restaurants and a circular view point on top. It could be an option to book a table in one of those restaurants for new years eve, so you can watch the fireworks also from there after midnight. does this sound natural?
A: Very close to that location is a bullfighting ring called ‘Arenas’. It is not a bullfighting ring anymore, as bullfighting is no longer allowed in this part of Spain since 2012; so they converted it into a mall with very nice restaurants and a circular view point (a circular lookout) on top. This could be an option to book a table in one of those restaurants for New Year's Eve, so you can watch the fireworks from there after midnight.
Q: you have a curvaceous body becomes you very well.맞는 표현인가요?
A: "You have a curvaceous body that suits you very well."
Q: Please show me how to pronounce very.
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Q: I'm very well. does this sound natural?
A: Hope this helps
Q: She's very pretty. does this sound natural?

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