Question #42133

Could we use “very” before a noun ,, plz give examples?

  • Jimmy C

It can be used as before a noun as anon says, but only when it means 'exact'.

  • Anonymous

We can. Use it in the sense of exact.

  • Cara

You can say something like "I used to live there, in that very house." Meaning that exact house.

  • Anonymous

You can , when the noun is recognized in some way as an icon. That’s very Keanu. She’s very smoky eyes. He’s very army. She’s very theater.

  • ?

Yes, but it doesn't make much sense: Very dog. Very coffee. Very pond. Very tortilla chip. Very andesite. Very bridge.

  • Anonymous

Very couch