Collocations About Entertaiment


Whether it’s the clown at your child’s birthday party, a Broadway show or a stadium rock concert, entertainment is everywhere you look. The word comes from the Latin inter tenere, or “to hold inside.” It is also related to the idea of hospitality—when you entertain guests, you are keeping them happy.

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This collection was created in the fall of 2011 and contains examples from a variety of different genres, including literature, film, television, art, music, and other forms of media.
For more information about the creation of this collection, please read the original article in T E News.