Ways to Say “Very Good”

“Very Good” is a prevalent word that we say when we want to affirm that the person did a great job.

In this article, I will be sharing some ways to say “Very Good.” Sometimes, we just run out of words that exactly mean very good. I hope that this article will be of great help to you.

Below are one-word ways to say “Very Good!”

SUPER!
CONGRATULATIONS!
GOOD WORK!
THAT’S IT!
GREAT!
PERFECT!
WONDERFUL!
FINE!
OUTSTANDING!
SUPERB!
TREMENDOUS!
FANTASTIC!
MARVELOUS!
TERRIFIC!
WOW!
SENSATIONAL!
EXCELLENT!

Check out the video below on ways of saying “Very Good!”

Below are two to three word-sentences to use to say, “Very Good!”


That’s right!
That’s good.
Exactly right!
Not bad.
You remembered.
Good remembering.
You’re improving.
Good for you!
Much better!
Nice going.
That’s great!
Right on!
That’s it!
I like that.
Good going.
Keep on trying.
That’s the way.
That’s better.
Good for you.
That’s really nice.
Good job, (person’s name).
Keep on trying.
Good going.
Way to go.
That’s the way.
Good thinking.
Keep it up.

Below are more than three word-sentences to say, “Very Good!”


You’re on the right track now.
You figured that out fast.
You haven’t missed a thing.
Now you have the hang of it.
That kind of work makes me happy.
Now you have it!
Keep working on it.
You did that very well.
You did it at that time.
You did that very well.
You are learning fast.
That’s the way to do it.
You are very good at that.
That’s coming along nicely.
You’re really working hard today.
That’s much, much better.
That’s the best you’ve ever done.
You’ve just about got it.
I’m proud of the way you worked today.
You’re doing a good job.
That’s quite an improvement.
I knew you could do it.
You’re doing beautifully.
You’ve got that down pat.
I knew you could do it.
One more time and you’ll have it.
You are learning fast.
That’s the best ever.
You really make my job fun.
Aren’t you proud of yourself?
Keep up the good work.
Now that’s what I call an excellent job.
I think you’re doing the right thing.
It’s such a pleasure to teach when you work like that.

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