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    fancy doing sth

    In our English class a student and a teacher are having a discussion about the expression "fancy doing sth". One of them says this phrase is old-fashioned and out-dated. The other says it is still in use. We're learning British English at school. What is right? Thanks.

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    Re: fancy doing sth

    I, a speaker of BrE, use and hear it.

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    Re: fancy doing sth

    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post
    I, a speaker of BrE, use and hear it.
    So do I.

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