"While reading novels and fairy tales, sometimes the sentence goes like this: "That's not the very way..." or "the very thing". I want to ask about you this usage. Is it spoken English? I also want to know about when we can speak like this: "That's not the veriest..." Thanks a lot!"
You know how to use the word 'very', right?
Well, maybe not entirely.
Learn what the following examples mean in the programme:
She's the very person you need to speak to.
That's the very thing I need!
This is the veriest stupidity.
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