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LampPro Tip 1/3
Non-literal usePlay
Sometimes 'obvious' is used to emphasize feelings, not just facts. SlideIt's obvious to everyone that she's the best player.
LampPro Tip 2/3
Avoid overusePlay
Using 'obvious' too much can sound rude, as if you're talking down to someone. SlideShe avoided saying it was obvious to not embarrass her friend.
LampPro Tip 3/3
Mismatched perceptionPlay
What's obvious to you may not be to others, due to different knowledge or experiences. SlideWhile it was obvious to the teacher, the students were confused.