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  • Hi I'm Anne Marie with Speak Confident English and welcome to your Confident

    嗨,我是 Speak Confident English 的老師 Anne Marie

  • English Wednesday lesson. So last night my friends and I had a really fun time.

    歡迎收看 Confident English Wednesday。昨天我和朋友們度過了 fun 的一晚

  • No, wait. Funny. We had a funny time. No fun time. If

    不對,我們度過了 funny 的一晚。不,fun 的一晚

  • you're not sure about which of those words is correct - fun or funny - then

    如果你不確定這邊該用哪個, fun 或是 funny

  • today's lesson is perfect for you. Those two words look very similar and many


  • people think that they mean the same thing. But you might be making a common


  • mistake with these two words and today we're going to talk about what they mean


  • and how to use them so that you can use them in your English conversations


  • correctly. Of course, these two words look similar and they're both used as


  • adjectives. Now a side note: adjectives are those words that describe nouns, for


  • example: a black dress or a cool breeze a great vacation.


  • Black, cool, great... those are all adjectives describing a noun. Fun and


  • funny can be used in the same way. But they have different meanings and that is

    fun 和 funny 也是這樣用。不過它們的意思並不相同

  • what we're going to focus on today so that when you're talking about something


  • that was fun or funny you make the right choice between those words. So let's

    到底該用 fun 還是 funny 在你的句子中

  • start with the definitions of each and we'll look at fun. Fun is another way to


  • say something is enjoyable or pleasurable. It makes you feel happy. For

    Fun 可以形容某事是令人享受的、令人愉快的、令你開心的

  • example, last night we had a fun dinner party with our friends. Or last weekend


  • was really fun. We had a fun picnic in the park. In all of those examples, what


  • you are expressing is that you had a good time, an enjoyable time. It made you


  • feel happy. Now with funny, when we use that word it means that

    而 funny ,我們用這個字的時候

  • something made us laugh, we laughed at something. For example, my friend told a


  • funny joke. That means the joke made you laugh. Or maybe last weekend you saw a


  • funny movie. Maybe you watched a comedy and again it made you laugh. Now like all


  • good things in English grammar and vocabulary, there is another side. The


  • word funny can be a little bit tricky. If you've been following me with Speak

    funny 這字可以滿妙的。如果你有固定收看 Speak Confident English

  • Confident English for a long time you know that I often talk about the


  • importance of context. Context is not just the word and the meaning but the


  • whole sentence or the whole paragraph because sometimes that helps you


  • understand the meaning. Some words, like funny, can have more than one meaning. And

    有些字,像是 funny ,不只有一個含意

  • in some situations funny actually means something is strange or weird; something

    在某些情況中, funny 其實表示某事很奇怪、怪異

  • that is difficult to explain or understand. For example if I meet


  • someone for the first time and then later I say, "You know, I had a funny


  • feeling about him." That is not a positive statement and it doesn't mean he made me


  • laugh. It means there was something not right. I didn't like him, I didn't trust


  • him. There was something strange or weird. I had a funny feeling about him. Or

    某些地方看似怪異。 我對他有種說不上來的感覺。

  • another common example, "That's funny! I know I left my keys on the desk. Where


  • have they gone?" In that example I'm not saying that


  • losing my keys is making me laugh, I'm saying hmm that's funny that's that's


  • strange I can't explain it. I know I left my keys on the desk but now they're not


  • there. It's unexplainable or it's strange. So we can talk about


  • something that is pleasurable, enjoyable, it makes you happy, it's fun. Or we can

    所以我們可以用 fun 來表示某事令你享受、開心的事

  • talk about something that makes you laugh or is strange,

    或者我們可以用 funny 表示某事令你發笑

  • weird, unexplainable and it's funny. Okay now you know the difference


  • between fun and funny so let's try a couple of example sentences and I want

    fun 和 funny 的差別,我們來看看這些例句

  • you to decide what word is correct for the sentence. Number one: do you remember


  • our trip to the lake last summer? That was such a ___ weekend. That was such a

    你記得去年暑假的湖邊之旅嗎?那真是個 ___ 的周末。

  • ___ weekend. Hopefully you said fun. We're talking about an enjoyable, pleasurable

    希望你的答案是 fun。這裡說的是一段令人享受的時光

  • time. Number two: I love Silicon Valley! That is such a ___ TV show.

    第二題:我超愛 Silicon Valley !那影集 ____

  • I love Silicon Valley! That is such a ___ TV show. Hint: it is a TV show that makes me


  • laugh so it's funny. It's a funny TV show. Number three: my friend James is so ___. He

    所以答案是 funny 。 那影集很有趣。第三題:我朋友 James 很 ___

  • always makes me laugh. Now that one should be very simple. James is so ___. He

    他總是令我發笑。這題應該很簡單。 James 很 ___,他總是令我發笑

  • always makes me laugh. We're talking about something or someone who makes me


  • laugh so James is funny. And finally, number four: hey! Can you come to our

    所以 James 很有趣。最後,第四題:嘿!週末辦烤肉會你能來嗎?

  • barbecue this weekend? I promise it will be ___. Can you come to our barbecue this

    我保證這會很 ___。

  • weekend? I promise it will be ___. We're describing a barbecue that will be


  • enjoyable, pleasurable. It will be fun. Now as always I have more opportunities for


  • you to practice with some challenge questions in the online lesson so after


  • you finish watching this video be sure to check that out and share your


  • comments in the comment section just below this video. And that's it! This


  • week's lesson is very simple but it is important because I hear mistakes with


  • fun and funny all the time. And now you can avoid making those mistakes

    因為我常聽到 fun 和 funny 用字上的錯誤 。現在你知道如何避免用錯字

  • because you understand the difference between the two words and how to use


  • them correctly. Now visit the online lesson,


  • check out those challenge questions, share your answers with me, get some


  • practice using these two words so that it becomes easy and natural for you to


  • use them with confidence in your next conversation in English. Thank you so


  • much for joining me. I love having you here every Wednesday and I'll see you


  • next week for your Confident English Wednesday lesson.

    我們下週 Confident English Wednesday 見

Hi I'm Anne Marie with Speak Confident English and welcome to your Confident

嗨,我是 Speak Confident English 的老師 Anne Marie

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fun 跟 funny 意思差在哪? (Confusing Words in English: Fun vs Funny)

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