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BE FOND OF MEANING & EXAMPLES

We use it when we find something pleasant & enjoyable for a long time, and which work we have keen to do again and again.

Fond of + Verb

ing

Whenever we have keen to do something.

Formula: Subject + Helping verb + Fond Of + Verb-ing(form) + Object
  • I am fond of listening English songs.
  • She is fond of driving car.
  • They are fond of celebrating the party.
Formula: Subject + Helping Verb(is / am / are) + fond of + Verb-ing(form) + Object

More Examples

Here are some more Fond of Meaning and Examples.

Sentences

  • I am fond of having ice-cream.
  • She is fond of cooking food.
  • Ali is fond of playing cricket.
  • Alina is fond of shopping.
  • We are fond of playing snooker.
  • They are fond of watching movies.

  • Ali is not fond of playing cricket.
  • They aren't fond of watching a movie.

  • Is Ali fond of playing cricket?
  • Are they fond of watching a movie?

  • Is Ali not fond of playing cricket?
  • Aren't they fond of watching a movie?

For Past

These are the examples of fond of for the past.

Fond of + Verb

ing

Whenever we have keen to do something.

Formula: Subject + Helping verb + Fond Of + Verb ing + Object
  • I was fond of playing games.
  • She was fond of cooking food.
  • They were fond of playing cricket.
Formula: Subject + Helping Verb(was / were) + fond of + Verb-ing(form) + Object

More Examples

Here are some more Fond of Meaning and examples for the past.

Sentences

  • I was fond of playing golf.
  • He was fond of music.
  • They were fond of having pizza.

  • I was not fond of playing golf.
  • They were not fond of having pizza.

  • Was I fond of playing golf?
  • Were they fond of having pizza?

  • Was I not fond of playing golf?
  • Were they not fond of having pizza?