I learned about how to use adjectives in today's English lesson.
For example,when I'd express the feeling that I feel very happy, we can use 'delighted', but we shouldn't say "I feel very delighted." Because 'delighted' mean 'very happy'. In this case, we should use 'really' or 'absolute' instead of 'very'. So, I can say "I feel really delighted, or I feel absolute delighted." And, we can't say "I feel absolute happy."
That is to say, we can't use 'very' before strong adjectives like ' delighted', and we can't use 'absolute' before regular adjectives like 'happy'. And we can use ‘really’ before both adjectives.
Wow, I didn’t know that until now!
By the way, I nearly came back to my home by train though I went to the English conversation school near Yokohama station by my car today.I noticed my mistake before riding train, but I felt very annoyed myself!
> Great blog and great information! I am from America, but live in osaka. I just found your blog. I hope to share your blog with my students as I think its good to hear this information from someone who speaks the same language.
> One correction - I feel absolutely delighted. NOT I feel absolute delighted.
> Keep up the good work!
Hello, Brain. Nice to meet you!
Thank you for your comment!
And, thank you so much for your correction!
I'm very glad to know my mistake.
Yes! I felt absolutely delighted!!