How do you translate it in your language?

How do you translate it in your language? How do you translate it?
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Answer like this:

In German, one way to translate “It was fun”, is “Es hat Spass gemacht”.

In French one way to translate it “It was fun”, is: “C’etait amusant.”

In Japanese one way of translating “it was fun”, is: “Tanoshimimashita”.

What languages do you know?

Arabic

Cantonese

Chinese

English

Farsi

French

German

Italian

Japanese

Korean

Maghrebi

Mandarin

Russian

Turkish

Spanish

Portuguese

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  3. Titi says:

    In Indonesian one way to translate “It was fun”, is “menyenangkan”.

  4. Piroska says:

    In Hungarian there are some sinonymous words to translate”fun
    like ” tréfa,bolondság,móka,mulatság” It depends on the situation.

  5. Lina says:

    In Korean, one way to translate “It was fun”, is ?“??????.” and in Japanese?? ” ?????????”

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