Learn English by Lessons
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.
Learn words by topics :
- Angry with ( রাগান্বিত (ব্যক্তি) ) He is angry with me for speaking against him.
- Lame of ( খোঁড়া ) He is lame of one leg.
- Slow of ( ধীর ) He is slow of speech. He is slow at figures. He is slow in writing.
- Angry for ( রাগান্বিত (কোন কিছু) ) I am angry for something.
- Cope with ( সামলানো ) I cannot cope with the situation.
- Respect to ( সম্বন্ধে ) We are talking with respect to that matter.
- At a loss ( হতবু্দ্ধি ; কিংকর্তব্যবিমূঢ় ) He was at a loss and did not know what to do.
- At dagger drawn ( খড়গহস্ত ) The two brothers are now at daggers drawn.
- At a stretch ( একটানা ) He can run ten miles at a stretch.
- In vain ( বৃথা ) All his attempts were in vain.
- In time ( ঠিক সময়ে ) He reached the station in time.
- Slow coach ( অলস প্রকৃতির লোক ) You cannot expect much from a slow coach like him.
প্রবাদ বাক্য (Bengali & English) Download Translation App
Bangla To English
Phrases, Idioms & App. Prepositions
English Grammar App
Download ইংরেজি গ্রামার (English-Bangla) App