Intensifiers in English
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In this English grammar lesson you will learn English intensifiers. We will tell you when to use this ‘really’ and ‘very’. We’ll teach you everything about those confusing words used for intensification purposes.
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English Grammar Lesson – Using Intensifiers and Mitigators to modify Adjectives
Intensifiers and Mitigators English Grammar lesson
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What are Intensifiers?
The word that emphasizes another word or phrase is an Intensifier. It also known as a booster.
Intensifiers enhances and gives additional emotional context to the word it modifies
We use words like very, really and extremely to make adjectives stronger:
It’s a very interesting game
she did remarkably well in her tests.
Everyone was extremely excited
Other commonly used intensifiers are:
What are Mitigators?
Mitigators are the opposite of intensifiers. When we want to make an adjective less strong we use these words:
For Example : fairly rather quite
By the end of the day we were rather tired.
The film wasn’t great but it was quite exciting.
We had a pretty good time at the party.
Mitigators can also be used with comparative adjectives:
We use the following words and phrases as mitigators:
• a bit
• just a bit
• a little
• a little bit
• just a little bit
• rather slightly
She’s a bit younger than I am.
This one is rather bigger.
What are INTENSIFIERS \u0026 MITIGATORS (Very, extremely, fairly, a bit, really, incredibly, completely)
What are intensifiers and mitigators ?
This is the question that Mr. P. will answer in this concise lesson.
He will provide example sentences using both intensifiers and mitigators.
This lesson is intended for intermediate students who wish to improve their English grammar, and for those above levels who wish to clear up doubts about this topic.
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Intensifiers – How do we use them?
In this short video, we’ll have a look at the way in which we use intensifiers. MUCH, FAR, A LOT… let’s work it out!
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