Hello Gabrielle, I sincerely appreciate your help through this blog. In fact, I have research on emphatic expressions that refer to someone who is in a good mood or a bad mood instead of focusing on a sentence. I am not a native English speaker, and I find it hard to sound sincere when I tend to read someone in English. It is likely that a number of scenarios, such as apologizing or gaining a person`s trust, particularly the recognition of a person`s situation, would be of great help. Also, give as many examples as possible, by dividing each of the examples into a particular scenario. Thank you very much. :d I don`t know what you mean by making it stronger. @ashley Hello Ashley, I`m glad you enjoy the blog and I hope this post was especially helpful. With regard to other proposals to emphasize mood, as an excuse, much of the mood is transposed into a sentence by bending and tone. For example, the same words could be used to express sincere apologies and sarcasm, but the tone of the person`s voice would be different.

Here`s an example that uses the word “so” to create a pressing apology: “I`m really sorry.” Depending on the tone, this might seem sincere or sarcastic. I think the sincerity of your sentences is conveyed more by sound than by words. I hope it helps. – Gabriele Is there a case where the use of the emphatic form is counterproductive? Please help me below are the possible answers for crosswords mention Emphatic agreement. See the full definition of emphasis in the English Learner Dictionary The capitalized word in “Albert is my brother” is under intense stress. Tell me which one of them best fits the expression. A. Is this Albert Daniel`s brother?. Is B.

Albert your friend? Is Albert your uncle? D. Is Daniel Albert`s friend?. Is it normal to use “is” instead of “are” in the case of a singular “you” if we want to make it stronger? These do not seem more or less emphatic, but they sound grammatical and natural. I`m just looking for emphatic stress in Google, and then I get to this room. I found it informative, educational and useful. Thank you. If you still haven`t solved the Crossword Note Emphatic Consent, then why not search our database for the letters you already have! Creating an emphatic expression involves adding an adv-verb to your existing sentence or phrase to make your feelings even stronger. In an emphatic sentence, the adverb-intensifier is always added before the verb.

The most common emphatic amplifiers in English (in my opinion) are “really” and “a lot.” I`m sure you`ve heard that people often use these words, in fact I used one thing in the title of this article.