I answered "totally" instead of "entirely" and lost a heart
"totally" would rather be "total"
Does Der Hintergrund have both a physical and abstract meaning as "background" does in English? As in, does it mean the physical stuff that's behind something as well as the back story to a situation?
What is wrong with "The background is completely black"?
Why "The background is complete black" not accepted??
In US English, adverb requires the "ly"
But in German not: