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    Will17 is offline Senior Member
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    Wink make fun

    Hello There!

    Is there a difference in meeting between "to make fun of someone" and "to laugh at someone"?

    Thanks a lot
    W

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    bertietheblue is offline Senior Member
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    Re: make fun

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello There!

    Is there a difference in meeting between "to make fun of someone" and "to laugh at someone"?

    Thanks a lot
    W
    He's always making fun of me/my mistakes
    He's always laughing at me/my mistakes

    In many cases, they're almost the same but you can make fun of someone without laughing at them.

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