"This tea tastes very good."
9 CommentsThis discussion is locked.
What I would like to know is how/why 很 in this context means 'very', and why '... tastes good' is not accepted as an answer.
I appreciate and understand 很 can mean 'very', but in many previous exercises it has simply acted to connect an adjective to a noun, and excess required another method of expression such as 非常 or 太 . So, pretty please, an explanation, change the English to remove the superfluous 'very', or change the accepted answers.