very - типичные ошибки в английском со словом very
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1. He looked very funny that I couldn't help laughing .

2. She was very admired and respected by all the pupils' parents .

3. Although he was very in love with Marianne, he wanted to marry a rich heiress.

1. He looked so funny that I couldn't help laughing.

2. She was greatly/much admired and respected by all the pupils' parents.

3. Although he was deeply In love with Marlanne, he wanted to marry a rich heiress.

1. so + adjective/adverb + that clause

2. Past participles with a strongly passive meaning are usually modified by greatly or much, NOT very. Note that very is chiefly used with past participles that are like adjectives and refer to a state of mind or emotional condition: 'very bored/worried/interested/pleased'.

3. Very cannot usually be used before a phrase beginning with a preposition (such as 'in love with', 'in need of', 'at odds with', etc.). However, in such cases it is often possible to use very much: 'Although he was very much in love with Marianne, he wanted to marry a rich heiress.'