Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"

Today find out how to stop always saying “really” and get a few different words that mean the same thing.

When you use these new words your English will sound more enthusiastic, more original and more interesting.

Adverbs are words that describe an adjective.

We might use the word “really” to emphasize something.

For example, that dog is “really” cute.

We can bump up our connection with people if we can use other words that mean something similar to “really” and we’ll find out how to do it today.

Words instead of “really”:

  • Totally: “I was totally exhausted after the work out today.”
  • Amazingly: “Those fries are amazingly delicious. Can I have another?”
  • Insanely: “That dress is insanely cute on you.”
  • Incredibly: “It’s incredibly cold outside.”
  • Completely: “I completely agree with you.”
  • Ridiculously: “The traffic was ridiculously busy.”
  • Super: “I had a super fun time at the party last night”


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What other words do you know that mean the same as “really”?

Let us know in the comments section below.

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