Originally Posted by CrazyAce01
Xennon, you made a good point so I changed that line to "very infrequent".
Oh God oh God oh God. I was just about to go and then I read this.
Cut the 'very'. INFREQUENT already means it's not frequent, which means it doesn't occur often. You didn't even need the 'relatively', to be honest. Xennon was utterly wrong in his assertion that your line wasn't clear enough. If you want to emphasise
that the music hardly happens at all, then simply use stronger adjectives/adverbs like 'rare/rarely' or 'sparse' or descriptive terms like 'a smattering of music'. Yeah? No 'very'. No need for 'very'. Ever.
I go away for ten bloody weeks...