It’s a very interesting story.
Everyone was very excited.
It’s a really interesting story.
Everyone was extremely excited
If you are seventeen you are old enough to drive a car.
I can’t wear those shoes. They’re not big enough.
Intensifiers with strong adjectives:
Enormous; huge = very big
Tiny = very small
Brilliant = very clever
Certain = very sure
Excellent; perfect; ideal; wonderful; splendid = very good
Delicious = very tasty
With strong adjectives, for intensifiers we normally use:
absolutely - exceptionally - particularly - really - quite
The film was absolutely awful.
He was an exceptionally brilliant child.
The food smelled really disgusting.
We use these words and phrases as intensifiers with comparative adjectives:
much - far - a lot - quite a lot - a great deal - a good deal - a good bit - a fair bit
He is much older than me.
New York is a lot bigger than Boston.
France is a much bigger country than Britain.
He is a far better player than Ronaldo.
easily - by far - far
The blue whale is easily the biggest animal in the world.
This car was by far the most expensive.