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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121910: Adjectives
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    Instead of using the word very every time with these adjectives, use their synonyms.

    Very little: tiny
    Very tasty: delicious
    Very angry: furious
    Very afraid: terrified
    Very tired: exhausted
    Very hungry: starving
    Very important: essential
    Very cold: freezing
    Very unusual: extraordinary
    Very old: ancient
    Very dangerous: perilous

    Use the appropriate adjectives instead of the adjectives in brackets.

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    1. Sally was talking about the (very tasty) food they had eaten on their trip.

    2. The journey through the jungle was (very dangerous) .

    3. Even though he apologised, I'm still (very angry) .

    4. The lake water was (very cold) , that winter.

    5. My heart aches for those (very hungry) children.

    6. Our world is only a (very little) part of the universe.

    7. She was (very afraid) by the thought of him leaving her.

    8. What an (very unusual) genius!

    9. The (very old) civilisation of Greece, exercised a mysterious fascination over me.

    10. We were completely (very tired) from the five-hour trip.

    11. It is (very important) to have good command of English nowadays.

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