20 Jan 07:12 PM

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Question about English (UK)


Ex) very, really, extremely, terribly, quite, pretty, almost

These words usually go in the mid-position, immediately before the word that they emphasize.

We’re very tired.
Their new house is really impressive.
He plays the piano extremely badly.
This lesson is pretty easy to understand.
The employees are terribly underpaid.
It’s quite generous of you to let me stay at your house.
We almost got lost in the city.

Is the English here correct?

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