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  • Fun versus funny.

    Fun vs funny。

  • This is a very common mistake I hear with people that are trying to learn English.


  • I've heard people say, "I'm having a funny time learning English."


  • Whereas it should be, "I'm having a fun time learning English."


  • So I just wanted to help you guys out, make a videofun versus funnysharing some differences as well as some examples.

    所以我想幫助你們,製作一個影片⏤ fun vs funny⏤分享一些差異和一些例子。

  • So, with the word "fun", it's a noun, and it means "enjoyable".


  • I had a fun time at the beach.


  • I had an enjoyable time at the beach.


  • Or you could say, "We had so much fun at the movies."


  • Yeah, we had an enjoyable time at the movies.


  • I think where the confusion can come in is, with spoken English, fun can also be an adjective.


  • It's very common for me to say to my friend, or to my sonhe's going to play withfriend, "Okay, bye! Have a fun time with your friend."


  • In this case, fun time, fun is an adjective.

    在這種情況下,有趣的時間,fun 是一個形容詞。

  • So, the word "funny" is always used as an adjectiveand I'll give you some examples.


  • It means "amusing"; think of laughter, "That was so funny!"

    意思是「有趣的」; 想想笑聲,「真是太好笑了!」

  • The book I'm reading is really funny.


  • Or, "My dad is a very funny person."


  • So, we're describing the object, the book, or we're describing the person, my dad, saying funny.

    我們在描述物體、書,或是我們在描述人,我爸,用 funny。

  • So, when you hear the word "fun", when you want to use it, think in your mind, "Could I substitute this with 'enjoyable'?"

    當你聽到 fun 這個詞時,當你想要使用它時,請在腦海中思考:「我可以用『令人愉快』來代替它嗎?」

  • If you can, you're probably using it correctly.


  • And then with the word "funny", think laughter, ha, ha, ha, like, are you able to laugh when you're using the word "funny" or substitute it with almost laughter?

    然後 funny 這個詞,想想笑聲,哈哈哈,就像,當你使用 funny 這個詞或用幾乎笑聲代替它時,你會笑嗎?

  • And if you are, you're probably using it correctly.


  • So a couple more examples, just to help you guys out.


  • It would be fun to go to Hawaii.


  • The campfire last night was so fun.


  • Oh, another interesting thing we say in English, "He was making fun of me," which means, "He was teasing me."

    哦,我們用英語說的另一件有趣的事情是,「He was making fun of me」,意思是「他在取笑我」。

  • She was making fun of me.


  • But it can be used in, like, a non-offensive way as well, like, he's... "Are you making fun of me right now?"


  • Kind of like in a fun... fun, teasing way.


  • And then funny... So... the TV series "Friends" is so funny; it makes me laugh all the time.

    然後 funny……所以……電視劇《六人行》太好笑了; 這讓我一直笑。

  • My husband told me a really funny joke last night.


  • Oh, actually, yesterday, I was on a language call in Portuguese, and I said, "(speaks Portuguese)."


  • And I realizedactually, I didn't realize, my language partner was like, "Wait, what?"


  • I had said⏤I wanted to say, like, "I charged my headphone," and instead I said, like, the word "caguei", which in the past tense in Portuguese, I believe, is "I pooped".

    我說了⏤我想說的是:「我給耳機充電了」,但我卻說 caguei 這個詞,我相信,在葡萄牙語的過去時態中,它是「我拉屎了」的意思。

  • And, so, it was really funny; we laughedlot.

    所以,這真的很好笑; 我們笑得很開心。

  • Um... language learning is... it's funny!


  • And it's fun!


  • I hope this video helped you guys out. Don't forget to subscribe to my channelshare this with your friends; I will see you guys soon. Ciao, ciao.

    我希望這個影片對你們有所幫助。 不要忘記訂閱我的頻道,分享給你的朋友; 我很快就會見到你們。 再見。

Fun versus funny.

Fun vs funny。

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