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comment Wann kann man “sehr viel” benutzen?
Wonderful, I've got it: sehr viel is the superlative of viel, that is, "moltissimo" in Italian. Thank you!
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comment Wann kann man “sehr viel” benutzen?
Du sagst: "es regnet viel"; aber "ich bin sehr traurig" (aud italienisch würdest du "molto" in die beide Satzen benutzen), also, ich denke, "sehr" geht vor einen Adjektiv, "viel" (adverb) geht wenn keinen Namen gibt.
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comment Wann kann man “sehr viel” benutzen?
So, since sehr and viel both mean "molto/much" (I know they're not equivalent). Is it simply that you reinforce the adverb "viel" with "sehr", so that "sehr viel" is a reiforcement of the simple "viel" here?