Date: Mon, 4 Dec 1995 14:02:00 EST
From: Electronic Products Magazine 0004276021[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]MCIMAIL.COM
Subject: So fun
A friend of mine who grew up in Napa, CA and Billings, MT used the
expression "so fun." She had also spent time in Chicago as a young
adult. I sounded odd to me, because I had always said, "So much fun"
in Ridgewood, Quuens, which is part of the so-called outer boroughs of
New York City. I got used to her expression. There's nothing
gramatically wrong with it: "so much fun" merely has an extra
adjective in the expression.
Leonard Schiefer lschiefer[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]mcimail.com
Chief Copy Editor
Electronic Products Magazine
Garden City, NY