Asked • 06/05/19

Is 'very' with a noun colloquial?

I know that we can use `very + noun` to indicate the precision, particularity. Once I wrote this sentence: > I felt like I was with my very family. My teacher said this sound very colloquial, not written language. I'm not a native speaker, so is my teacher. Please help me to judge this case!

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Jael C. answered • 06/06/19

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