Entertaiment can take many forms and cater to a wide range of interests and emotional states. For example, children might find a cartoon or playground entertaining, while adults might prefer a jazz concert or a sophisticated drama. Some people prioritize entertainment’s ability to elicit strong emotions, while others value its educational or thought-provoking qualities, such as in documentaries or puzzle games. Entertaiment also allows for shared experiences, whether through team sports or multiplayer video games. Click on a collocation for more information.
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