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GRAMMAR & STRUCTURE — Reference Lists
Common Adverbs of Completeness

 
 

absolutely

I'm absolutely convinced that he is telling the truth.

almost

I'm almost finished reading the book.

completely

I am completely finished my homework. Can I watch TV now?

enough/not enough

Have you eaten enough, or do you want some more chicken?

entirely

I entirely agree with you. You are 100 percent right.

fully

Are you fully aware of all the facts in this crime?

hardly

I have hardly eaten anything today. I'm so hungry.

partly

Her answer is partly correct, but she is missing some important details.

rather

I rather like England. It's a pleasant country.

really

I really like your new car.

too

These shoes are too tight. They hurt my feet.

too much/too little

I have eaten too much cake. I think I'm going to be sick.

totally

I totally disagree with you. Everything you say is wrong.

very/not very

I'm very tired. I need to go to bed right now.

 
 

 

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