How to differentiate between all the ways to say really, truly, and very?
So one thing that is giving me trouble is all the ways to say really/truly/very.
I've found these:
- 참 - really, truly, very, so, very much, quite, extremely
- 무척 - very, really, extremely, exceedingly
- 굉장히 - so, very, extremely, immensely, greatly, terribly, awfully
- 아주 - very, so, extremely, exceedingly
- 정말 - really, truly, indeed
How do you differentiate between all of these? Can you use them all the same way?
너무 works like "too". But when we use this, it gives a negative impression, like the quality is too good it's bad.
"It's too big."
The fact that it is big is a bad thing.
"She's too pretty."
It makes it sound that her being pretty is a bad thing.