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What are Intensifiers

What are Intensifiers?

An intensifier is a word, or a phrase, that is used to give force or emphasis to another adjective, verb or adverb.

Intensifiers themselves are adverbs or adverbial phrases.

In the following examples we show how to use intensifiers:

  • It is an absolutely amazing game.

  • They were extremely tired.

  • It is quite cold here.

  • This is a really good book.

  • She is really beautiful.

  • He was so excited.

  • This is a very interesting story.

  • He was very late.

  • This cake is very tasty.

  • He is very smart.

  • He was very late.

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