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Very Much vs Too MuchCommonly Confused Words
Very much used for adding more emphasis; while too much means ‘to a much higher extent’ particularly for someone/something.
Very vs TooCommonly Confused Words
Very emphasizes the degree of adjectives and adverbs. Too defined as ‘to a high degree or extent’ particularly for someone or something.
Very vs MuchCommonly Confused Words
Very is preceded by Adjective’s positive degree. Much is preceded by comparative degree and past participle.
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- Afraid of ( ভীত ) I am not afraid of ghosts.
- Due to ( কারণে ) His absence is due to illness.
- Disgusted at ( বিরক্ত ) I am disgusted with him at his conduct.
- Certain of ( নিশ্চিত ) He is now certain of his ground.
- Long for ( কামনা করা ) He longed for fame.
- Senior to ( বয়সে বড়, উচ্চপদস্থ ) He is senior to me by four years.
- Out of temper ( ক্রুদ্ধ ) He is out of temper now.
- In the mean time ( ইতিমধ্যে ) Lila will come here to-night. In the mean time you should get her room ready.
- Come off with flying colours ( জয়লাভ করা ) Our School team came off with flying colours.
- After all ( সবকিছু সত্ত্বেও ) After all, he is a patriot.
- A bolt from the blue ( সম্পূর্ন অপ্রত্যাশিত ) The news of his father's death came to him as a bolt from the blue.
- Out of sorts ( ঈষৎ অসুস্থ ) He is out of sorts now.
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