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1. He still felt fun about the show to watch the dynamic movements of the dancers.

2. He still felt funny about the show to watch the dynamic movements of the dancers.

3. He still felt fun to watch the dynamic movements of the dancers about the show.

(Are they all grammatical? Would you check the use of words and the position of the phrase in the last sentence? Thank you for your help. Have a great weekend!)

  • English - ,

    2. is the best.
    He felt funny = adjective
    He felt fun = noun is not goo d.

    Sra

  • English - ,

    The word "fun" is not the right one to use in any of these sentences.

    Do you mean he was amused? Or entertained? Or what?

    And I'm not sure why you are including "still" either.

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    Here are some better possibilities:

    1. He enjoyed watching the dynamic movements of the dancers in the show.

    2. He really loved to watch the dynamic movements of the dancers in the show.

    3. He felt excitement as he watched the dynamic movements of the dancers in the show.

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