Our English teachers told us to avoid the word "very" because it's weak and vague. They were right, and many times, we use "very" as a modifier for a word that could easily be replaced with a stronger, more accurate word. This infographic tells you what to use instead.
It's one of life's most frustrating annoyances: when a word gets stuck on the tip of your tongue, and try as you might, you just can't think of that actor's name or that particular word. According to SciShow, this happens once a week for most of us, and here's how it happens.