Correct spelling, explanation: the correct spelling for this adverb and adjective form is very, because the word comes from Latin. Original Latin core for very is verus (true). We spell this word with just one r, that is why
verry is a wrong form.
Definition of very:
adverb, to a high degree
He is a very smart boy.
adjective, precise, exact
She lived in a very centre of Manhattan.
Incorrect spelling, explanation: this spelling is a misspelling. Both history of this word and pronunciation point to the spelling very (Latin verus, Anglo-French verai). Therefore
verry is incorrect and the correct form is very.
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