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Using I AM VERY to Build Sentences

Using of "I am very"

The word "I am" is abbreviated as "I'm" by adding "very." You simply refer to the meaning of "I do or feel very or very much" and "very" comes with a much more meaning than "so".

Using "I am very" will help you improve your English, especially for those who are learning English as a second or foreign language. Also, it will be a great way to practice your spoken English as well. 

Here are the examples of using "I am very" to build Sentences: 

  1. I'm very angry with you.
  2. I'm very angry.
  3. I'm very appreciated for your help.
  4. I'm very bored.
  5. I'm very bothered.
  6. I'm very busy.
  7. I'm very clumsy.
  8. I'm very cold.
  9. I'm very competitive.
  10. I'm very concerned about you.
  11. I'm very concerned.
  12. I'm very confident.
  13. I'm very confused.
  14. I'm very conscious that I am not wise at all.
  15. I'm very constipated.
  16. I'm very curious.
  17. I'm very delighted.
  18. I'm very depressed.
  19. I'm very disappointed with you.
  20. I'm very dizzy.
  21. I'm very drunk.
  22. I'm very emotional lately.
  23. I'm very enthusiastic.
  24. I'm very excited.
  25. I'm very exciting.
  26. I'm a very famous model.
  27. I'm very far.
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