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    navi tasan is offline Key Member
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    Default it makes me laugh

    Is there any difference between the meanings of:
    1-"It makes me laugh when people act like that."
    and
    2-"People make me alugh when they act like that."

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    Default Re: it makes me laugh

    Quote Originally Posted by navi tasan
    Is there any difference between the meanings of:
    1-"It makes me laugh when people act like that."
    and
    2-"People make me alugh when they act like that."
    No, not as far as I know.
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    Boy, that was fast! Cheers!

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    They both work, but I'd use them slightly differently.

    With the word order of the first, I'd probably say 'It really makes me laugh...' to give more emphasis. That doesn't mean they can't be used interchangeably. :D

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