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Words to Use Instead of “Very” | Infographic

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The team at designed this infographic to help those studying for the TOEFL avoid using “very” in their writing and everyday conversations. Native English speakers are taught not to use “very” from a young age because they can usually substitute something stronger in its place. However, English language students may struggle with this advice because they lack the vocabulary to come up with alternatives. Effective word use is especially crucial when writing the TOEFL, so learners should use this infographic when studying or when practicing with writing exercises. Simply substitute any troublesome “very” phrases with more descriptive words from the chart.
 

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