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Real vs Really

Real (বাস্তব):

Real একটি adjective.

Real is an adjective which means ‘authentic’.  


  • Those theories are beyond the realm of the real world.
  • The doctor told me he could get pneumonia real easy.
  • Maybe that was the real reason Tessa left him.
  • Aunt Paulette married a real estate agent.


Really (সত্যিকারভাবে):

Really হচ্ছে একটি adverb.

Really is defined as in fact or actually.


  • The team played really well for the first fifteen minutes. (Real নয়)
  • There isn't really a lake there; it's just a mirage.
  • I would really like to meet your sister.
  • Really, I don't want more dessert.
  • That was a really enjoyable evening.
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