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    Talking daydream, imagination, fantasy

    Dear teacher,
    What are the differences between daydream, imagination, fantasy???
    Thanks


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    Re: daydream, imagination, fantasy

    Quote Originally Posted by aya_aya7121 View Post
    Dear teacher,
    What are the differences between daydream, imagination, fantasy???
    Thanks
    (Not a Teacher)

    day-dream - pleasant fantasy or reverie.
    Imagination - mental faculty of forming images or concepts of objects or situations not existent or not directly experienced.
    fantasy - imagination, esp. when unrelated to reality

    All these words gives the same meaning.

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