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Remove the word "Very" from your vocabulary

“Very” is one of those overused words that rarely need to be there, and just ends up making your content writing suffer. The main issue with using “very” in your writing is that it weakens the sentence and doesn’t provide enough information about the situation. It is designed to magnify the effect of another word, but some consider it one of the most useless words in the English language. Some examples: Very happy = ecstatic or jubilant Very easy = effortless or simple Very excited = thrilled Very dirty = filthy Very fancy = lavish Very funny = hilarious Very good = excellent Very afraid = terrified Very unhappy = miserable Very thirsty = parched