Random – “very” version
The title of this post is an example of “Japanized English”
Some other examples that come to mind:
“big money” (expensive)
“small money” (inexpensive, cheap)
“new shirt, get!” (I got/bought a new shirt)
“Sahn kyuu berry mahchee” (Thank you very much)
“ai rai-ku doh-rin-keen-goo” (I like drinking)
Although that was “very” random, the real “very” this post:
Some comments on very:
Very is sometimes good and its sometimes bad, very can vary.
Very can be simply very or it can be very very “very”
After writing this post, I am reading very as sounding like vee-rai.
Do you like very?