- in a very unusual or remarkable way；to a remarkable degree; extremely
- 1. in a very unusual or remarkable way he was able to show us how people can behave extraordinarily extraordinarily, he escaped with a scratch
- ▪ to a remarkable degree; extremely he did a good job in extraordinarily difficult circumstances it is a simple story, extraordinarily well told
- in a very unusual or remarkable way: he was able to show us how people can behave extraordinarily extraordinarily, he escaped with a scratch
... guilty. 而 When reading a comic book, Dennis is extraordinarily quiet. 為什麼這裡用reading 修飾Dennis 用現在分詞形容主詞...
The worldwide contribution of English is extraordinarily successful in many fields such as media, global business, travel, education...
...為"not nice", 感覺不搭. 建議不要用double, 改用very, excessively, particularly, extraordinarily, more than之類的副詞. → I was not nice to you, but I will...