(1)It's well worth trying.(不能说very worth)这很值得一试。
(2)I'm wide awake.(不能说very awake)我是齐全苏醒的。
(3)She's fast asleep.(不能说very asleep)她睡得很熟。
(4)We are much beholden to you for your help.(不能说very beholden)咱们十分感谢你给咱们的协助。
(5)He felt quite sure of the appointment.他感到很有掌握取得这个职位。
(6)I'm much afraid of snakes.我十分惧怕蛇。(书面语中也应用very)
(1)The two brothers are very much alike.这两兄弟十分相像。
(2)He is very much alive.他十分活泼。
(1)The financial situation seems to be much/very much improved.(不能说very improved)财政情况仿佛有了很大恶化。
(2)Britain's trade position has been much/very much weakened by inflation.通货收缩很大水平上减弱了英国的贸易位置。
(3)Ted was much surprised when he heard the news.特德听到这个音讯很吃惊。
(1)a very frightened animal一只极度受惊的植物
(2)a very complicated problem一个很复杂的成绩
(1)We were all very shocked by the news about Tony.咱们听到对于托尼的音讯都很震惊。
(2)I am very pleased to hear it.听到这话我很快乐。
The theory sounds quite convincing.这意见听起来很有压服力。
又如：不能说very screaming（尖声喊叫的）children，应该应用像continually or loudly screaming children这样的表白；singing birds也不可说成very singing birds等等。
Very只可和已转用为描述词的如今分词连用，例如：very interesting(很风趣)，very exciting(十分令人兴奋)等。
(1)His name is well up in the list.他的名字排在名单的后面。
(2)He was treated quite fairly.他遭到很偏心的看待。
(1)I should much like to come.我很想来。
(2)They closely resemble each other in appearance.他们的外貌很类似。
(3)By doing so you will greatly oblige us.您这样做，咱们将不胜感谢。
(4)He is well grounded in the English language.他的英语有很好的根底。
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1. can only do not use very. The description of the application and to the rest of the word.
, for example:
(1) It' s well worth trying. (not very worth) is worth a try.
(2) I' m wide awake. (not very awake) I was fully awake.
(3) She' s fast asleep. (not very asleep) she slept well.
(4) We are much beholden to you for your help. (not very beholden) we are very grateful to you for the assistance you give us.
(5) He felt quite sure of the appointment., he felt very mastered to get the job.
(6) I' m much afraid of snakes. I was very afraid of snakes. (very) (also used in written language)
is similar to the words that can't be used with very as well as afloat, alight, alive, alone, alike and so on. They can be used in conjunction with much or very much. For example:
(1) The two brothers are very much alike., the two brothers are very similar.
(2) He is very much alive. he is very active.
2. can not be used in conjunction with very when the participle is used as a predicate verb, and the level should be clarified with much, very much, or quite.
, for example,
(1) The financial situation seems to be much/very much improved., which can not be said that the financial situation seems to have greatly deteriorated.
(2) Britain' s trade position has been much/very much weakened by, the shrinkage of the UK has greatly weakened the trade position of Britain.
(3) Ted was much surprised when he heard the news. Ted was surprised to hear the news.
when a participle refers to a form or a nature, it can be used with very. For example:
(1) a very frightened animal a terrified plant
(2) a very complicated problem is a very complex result when
over participle used as predicate verb, but a collective response to sketch, can be used with very.
, for example:
(1) We were all very shocked by the news about Tony. we were shocked to hear about Toni's news.
(2) I am very pleased to hear it. I was happy to hear that.
some people in this situation would prefer to use much without very, but in Old English (course) informal style for very.
3. today's participle can not be used in conjunction with very, with much, quite, or other words.
, for example,
The theory sounds quite convincing., sounds very convincing.
is also like: can not say that very screaming (screaming children), we should use continually or loudly screaming children like this expression; singing birds can not be said to be "children" and so on.
Very can be used only with the present participle that has been transferred to the description word, such as very interesting (very interesting), very exciting (very exciting) and so on.
does not need very to use well or quite to show the meaning of "very, complete, complete" before some adverbs.
, for example:
(1) His name is well up in the list., his name is behind the list.
(2) He was treated quite fairly. is very eccentric.
very used to harmony verbs, with other adverbs, such as much/very much and quite polish.
(1) I should much like to come. I want to come.
(2) They closely resemble each other in appearance. their appearance is very similar.
(3) By doing so you will greatly oblige us. you do this, we will be very grateful.
(4) He is well grounded in the English language. his English has a very good foundation.
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