I've read some of my possible duplicates: two-adverbs-in-a-row-with-ly, two-consecutive-adverbs-ending-in-ly, and is-it-the-formal-writing-to-use-double-adverbs-like-very-very-or-really-reall. My question is focused on the usage of two different adverbs to give a great degree to an adjective.
The sentence I took from my exercise book is:
You always seem so absolutely contented with life.
Is it not necessary to put 2 adverbs there? I mean either -
You always seem so contented with life.
You always seem absolutely contented with life.
is enough, right? Does the sentence sound natural and correct?