Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles This is everyday grammar. I'm Alice Bryant. Ah, autumn in Washington, D. C. The leaves are very colorful, the sweaters are very cozy, and the hot apple cider is very, very tasty. Did you notice anything repetitive about my speech? I over used the adverb vary to demonstrate this. Rather than repeat adverbs. Too often, we can usually use stronger adjectives to describe the qualities of a person or thing. For instance, I used the adjectives colorful, tasty and cozy. Like most adjectives in English. Thes are great herbal adjectives. Let me explain with great herbal adjectives, there can be grades or degrees. Two qualities. The weather can be, for example, kind of cold, very cold or extremely cold. To show this, we can use adverbs such as kind off or vary with the adjectives. Another way to say extremely cold is freezing. Freezing is an extreme adjective. Extreme adjectives have the meaning of extremely plus adjective. Here are a few mawr common extreme adjectives. Huge, which means extremely large excellent, which means extremely good and delicious, which means extremely tasty with extreme adjectives. We often avoid using some adverbs such as kind of or vary. To say something is kind of freezing.