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Franchi Leona

Although i do not like gathering, i enjoy the activities of the day(compound)​

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Fun or Funny?

Be careful with the word “funny”. It means “amusing” or “strange”. So, for example, you can say:

“My Uncle John is a very funny man. He’s always telling jokes!”

“A funny thing happened to me yesterday. I saw Rob and said hello, but he completely ignored me.”

To talk about enjoying yourself, you can say that something is “fun” or that you “had a lot of fun”:

“His parties are always fun.”

“We had a lot of fun at his party.”

Enjoy

An alternative to saying “fun” is “enjoy”. Remember, you need an object with the verb “enjoy”:

“I really enjoyed myself at the party last night.”

“I really enjoyed the party last night.”

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