entertaining collocations and examples

 UK /ˌentə(r)ˈteɪnɪŋ/

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enjoyable or fun to do

Adverbs frequently used with entertaining
very: brilliantly, delightfully, extremely, fabulously, highly, hugely, immensely, marvellously, richly, terrifically, thoroughly, vastly, very, wildly, wonderfullyIt’s easy to read and hugely entertaining.rather: mildly, moderately, quite, reasonablyThe film is hardly a masterpiece, but it’s mildly entertaining.
Verbs frequently used with entertaining
be, find something, proveI found the film much more entertaining than the book.The multiplayer game proved very entertaining.
Other nouns/adjectives/verbs frequently used with entertaining
educational: educational, enlightening, informative, instructive, thought-provokingIt is your job to present facts in an entertaining and informative way.interesting: challenging, engaging, exciting, fascinating, inspiring, interesting, intriguing, lively, provocative, stimulatingHis style is a lively and entertaining mixutre of poetry, music and comedy.amusing: amusing, enjoyable, funny, wittyShe stars in a fast-paced, entertaining and witty drama.easy to understand: accessible, readable, watchableThis is a highly entertaining and readable book about a complex subject.
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