Wrong: This is a very unique example of Etruscan pottery.
Right: This is a unique example of Etruscan pottery.
Unique means one-of-a-kind. Something either is or isn’t unique. It can’t be slightly or moderately or very unique. “Very,” in this case—as in most—is redundant. It’s akin to “gilding the golden lily.”
Anyways vs. anyway
Wrong: Anyways, that’s what we’re doing.
Right: Anyway, that’s what we’re doing.
Anyways is simply improper English, along with “youse guys” and “alls I know.” Always use anyway (unless, of course, you’re writing dialog for a character who’s supposed to speak incorrectly).
More next time.