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muy inglés:

1. very


I'm very worried.
She was, as many of us were, very shy in her childhood.
Mary waited years for Tom to get out of prison and was very happy when he finally got released.
According to what they say, that boy is very good at singing.
He works for a big newspaper with a very large circulation.
I would very much like the place where I live to be less polluted.
Tom very often takes a nap for an hour after lunch.
Last night was very hot and muggy, so I didn't sleep so well.
It's very unlikely that Tom will agree to work for that salary.
Very fat people waddle when they walk, though few of them realize it.
If you weren't exposed to a language until you were an adult, you are very, very unlikely to ever sound like a native speaker of that language.
It goes without saying that camels are very useful in the Middle East.
I have a very vague idea of what you are talking about.
At the funeral, the widow looked very dignified, with her black suit, hat and gloves.
Your offer is very attractive, but we will have to think about it.

Inglés palabramuy"(very) ocurre en conjuntos:

Intensificadores y mitigadores en inglés
And, or, but, so - Y, o, pero, así que
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