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    Hello,teachers! How to understand the word" fun "here?

    Hello,teachers! How to understand the word" fun "here?

    Is it a noun or an adjective? If it's a noun, why can it be used with more? If it's an adjective, Is its comparative form more fun? Thank you!

    That must be a lot more fun than taking a bus

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    Re: Hello,teachers! How to understand the word" fun "here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry12345 View Post
    If it's a noun, why can it be used with more?

    That must be a lot more fun than taking a bus
    It's quite usual to use more with nouns.

    fun = noun.

    much - many - most = adjective
    many - more - most = adjective


    I have more friends than you.
    I drank more wine than Fred did.
    I had more fun in London than (I had) in Paris.



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    Re: Hello,teachers! How to understand the word" fun "here?

    fivejedjon teacher, Thank you very much! You are really kind!

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