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In another article, I have written when to use too or very. Now, there are some words you can say with very but you shouldn't. Its use denotes lack of knowledge of the language which it impacts your English evaluation. Here there are some examples:

Do not use "Very"

Please note that this list is not an exact match. Depending on the context, you may find a better word.

very accurate exact
very afraid fearful
very angry furious
very bad awful
very beautiful gorgeous
very big massive
very boring dull
very busy swamped
very calm serene
very careful cautious
very cheap stingy
very clean spotless
very clear obvious
very clever intelligent
very cold freezing
very colourful vibrant
very confused perplexed
very creative innovative
very crowded bustling
very cute adorable
very dear cherished
very deep profound
very difficult arduous
very dry arid
very dull tedious
very easy effortless
very eager keen
very empty desolate
very evil wicked
very excited thrilled
very exciting exhilarating
very expensive costly
very fancy lavish
very fat obese
very fast quick
very friendly amiable
very funny hilarious
very glad overjoyed
very great terrific
very happy ecstatic
very hard-to-find rare
very heavy leaden
very high soaring
very hot sweltering
very huge colossal
very hungry starving
very hurt battered
very important crucial
very intelligent brilliant
very interesting captivating
very large huge
very lazy indolent
very light luminous
very little tiny
very lively animated
very long extensive
very long-term enduring
very loose slack
very loud thunderous
very lovely adorable
very mean cruel
very messy slovenly
very necessary essential
very nervous apprehensive
very nice kind
very noisy deafening
very often frequently
very old ancient
very old-fashioned archaic
very open transparent
very painful excruciating
very pale ashen
very perfect flawless
very poor destitute
very powerful compelling
very pretty beautiful
very quick rapid
very quiet hushed
very rainy pouring
very rich wealthy
very sad sorrowful
very scared petrified
very scary chilling
very serious grave
very sharp keen
very shiny gleaming
very short brief
very shy timid
very simple basic
very skinny skeletal
very slow sluggish
very smooth sleek
very soft downy
very sorry apologetic
very special exceptional
very strong forceful
very stupid idiotic
very sure certain
very sweet thoughtful
very talented gifted
very tasty delicious
very thirsty parched
very tight constricting
very tired exhausted
very ugly hideous
very upset distraught
very warm hot
very weak frail
very wet soaked
very wide sage
very willing eager
very windy blustery
very wise sage
very worried distressed

Good luck!

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