Ciao a tutti,
I have a question about the word "Really" While doing numerous lession I have come across a few different definitions for it, inparticular: Davvero, veramente & proprio. Can some on please help me understand the difference between then.
Does one mean something like "I really like that" and the other maybe means "It's not really good". Any help would be greatly helpful!
Yes, I agree. You can use them indifferently.
You should consider them all as synonyms. There may be fixed expressions in which one variant is preferred over another, but in the end they just mean the same thing; except for "proprio" that can also have different meanings: "own", "peculiar", "exactly", etc...