Why can't I use Rất in this sentence?
One of the examples given in this exercise uses 'thú vị' for 'hay'....we have 35 words to learn in this module, that's already far too many, please don't add randomly more.
Why are we being told to use 'thật' for 'really' for a while, then 'thật sự', now it's back to 'thật', with no explanations why? Or are they equivalents?--don't seem to be, because you get zapped for not choosing the one DL wants.
not sure, but is rất only for "very"?
They're inconsistent about enforcing this, sadly. Insofar as I can see, they are interchangeable.