era muy divertido

A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (he or she caused laughter; third person singular)
a. he was really funny (masculine)
¿Quién el comediante? Era muy divertido.Who was the comedian? He was really funny.
b. she was really funny (feminine)
Era muy divertida, pero también podía hablar en serio.She was really funny, but she could also be serious.
c. it was really funny
Era muy divertido, pero Julia no se reía.It was really funny, but Julia wasn't laughing.
d. was really funny
El musical era muy divertido. A los niños les encantó.The musical was very funny. The kids loved it.
2. (it was very entertaining; third person singular)
a. it was lots of fun
¿Cómo se llamaba el juego? Era muy divertido.What was the name of the game? It was lots of fun.
b. was lots of fun
El viaje a la playa fue muy divertdo.The trip to the beach was lots of fun.
c. it was a lot of fun
Una vez surfeé. Era muy divertido, pero también difícil.I surfed once. It was a lot of fun, but also hard.
d. was a lot of fun
Recuerdo que la clase de actuación era muy divertida. Todos la pasamos muy bien.I remember that the acting class was a lot of fun. We all had a good time.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g., usted).
(you caused laughter; second person singular)
a. you were really funny
Cuando era joven, era muy divertido. ¿Qué le pasó que ahora es una persona seria?When you were younger, you were really funny. What happened that turned you into a serious person?
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