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1.Is badly an informal word in the meaning of very much?

2.Can we use "get" in the meaning of obtain, when talking about abstract meanings? like in: Where can I get the "absolute truth from"...? the same for "exist"?

3.Is both ways correct in writing the below, and if there is any difference between the two, I would appreciate getting an explanation:

Assuming that there is...

Assuming there is...

4.One more thing: Is the usage of the "two" correct above? i.e. is it fine that I don't put any noun after it in the particular usage above?

Thank you in advance.
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Dear friend,

1. Badly meaning very much (usually used in relation to needing or wanting sth) is not considered informal, but it certainly adds some emotional emphasis to the neutral very much, so it should be used where appropriate;

2. Get is doubtlessly used in the meaning of obtain, receive, be given sth, including abstract nouns, but its use is restricted to informal language. Some examples of this are We got permission from the council to start meeting and Young players will get the chance to meet one of their heroes.

3. Both variants are acceptable, but the second, though standard, seems less formal because suborinating conjunction that (simply called subordinator) is omitted. Please note that the first alternative can sound a bit awkward to some speakers.

Respectfully, Gleb Chebrikoff.
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seeker084.One more thing: Is the usage of the "two" correct above? i.e. is it fine that I don't put any noun after it in the particular usage above?


Yes, it is quite common to say "what is the difference between the two", always assuming that you have mentioned what "two" you're talking about before.
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Thank you Gleb, I appreciate the reply and the explanation.
You are welcome, Seeker08. Please don't hesitate to ask should you need further help.

Respectfully, Gleb Chebrikoff.
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Thank you, Mr.Pernickety, for answering that one, I appreciate it.