Vraiment vs. Tres
I've been practicing on Duolingo, and on one occasion when I used "vraiment" instead of "tres", I was marked wrong. However, the web says they both mean "very". What's the difference, and how do I use it in different situations?
1_ je suis très fatigué. 2 _ es-tu vraiment fatigué?
1 _ I am very tired. 2 _ Are you really tired?
From my understanding, "vraiment" means "truly" and "très" is "very." They are sometimes used interchangeably, but I don't know the super scientific answer as to when and why.
Did you follow the link to the discussion for that sentence? It's unlikely that you were the first person that did it. There may be a nice, detailed discussion of just that point.