"It's pretty much bad."
"They are pretty much the same." "It's pretty much bad."
I have learned that much cannot modify adjectives, but I have seen the sentences, so I was wondering if much can also modify adjectives? Or pretty much is possible to modify adjectives? Thank you so much as always and have a good day in advance.
'Pretty much' is a common phrase, but is pretty much slangy. How's that for working in the phrase.
Pretty as an adverb means 'to a fair degree; moderately'. Example: He is pretty good at what he does.
'They are pretty much the same' means that the things being compared are mostly the same.
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