“VERY” is an extremely used adverb. Let’s give it a break! There are a lot of words you can use to replace the adverb ‘very’ which can definitely broaden your English communicating skills.
‘VERY’ needs some rest, too!
1. VERY NOISY
Instead of saying “very noisy”, try to use DEAFENING.
The firecrackers were so deafening that made my ears tingle.
2. VERY SIMPLE
You can simply say BASIC, right?
The procedure is basic. You can follow it without other’s assistance.
3. VERY SCARED
If you’re referring to an extreme fear, use TERRIFIED instead of the two words “very scared”.
She’s terrified of these terrorist attacks.
4. VERY POWERFUL
Say, you have watched a great performance and wanted to commend it as a ‘very powerful’ performance, try to use COMPELLING.
It was a compelling performance. I love it!
5. VERY RICH
Yes, this means one has a great deal of money but in place of this, you can say WEALTHY. As simple as that but avoiding the word “very”
They should dig deep from the wealthy men for charity.