How do you use the word intense in a sentence? I mean, I know what it means and all, but like, when do you use it? how is something intense? can you call a book intense, if it's really deep, if it makes you think, makes you cry and etc?
an intense young woman, passionate about her art.
Intense and intensive are similar in meaning, but they differ in emphasis. Intense tends to relate to subjective responses—emotions and how we feel—while intensive tends to relate to objective descriptions. Thus: an intensive course simply describes the type of course: one that is designed to cover a lot of ground in a short time. On the other hand, in | the course was intense, the word intense describes how someone felt about the course.
Some teenagers have it good in Beverly Hills with huge houses and tricked out rides while teenagers in the ghetto have to worry about having their house broken into at night,they are the ones who have a very intense life.
That sentence is very true.
Some people prefer to live in houses and others who like the outdoor life prefer to sleep intense.
Well, I thought it was amusing.