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1. That sounds fun to me.
(What is the part of sppech of 'fun'? Is it a noun or an adjective? What about "funny" instead of "fun"?

2. That sounds funny to me.
3. That sounds interesting to me.

(Do the three have the same meaning?)

  • English -

    The word "fun" is essentially a noun, but in informal English is also used as an adjective:

    The three sentences don't have the same meening.

    #1 -- something enjoyable

    #2 -- something to make you laugh

    #3 -- something to keep your attention

  • English -

    Sorry -- meaning (not "meening"!!)

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