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What do you think about the movie.
1. I thought it was really fun.
2. I thought it was real fun.
3. I thought it was really funny.
4. I thought it was real funny.
5. I thought it was great fun.
6. I thought it was really fun.
7. I think it was a great fun.

(Which ones are grammatical among them above? #7 is not correct, right? We have to remove 'a'.)

  • English -

    Didn't we go through these about a week ago?

    The word "fun" here seems to be used as an adjective -- therefore #2 is incorrect; you need an adverb (really) to modify an adjective. Same thing with #4.

    #7 would be OK if you remove the word "a" since it's unnecessary.

    #s 1, 3, 5, and 6, are fine.

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