Do you know the English expression “to be fond of (something/someone)“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?
Terry: I heard that Jane will join our department next month.
Michael: Oh good. I’m fond of Jane. She’s such a lovely person.
Does it mean:
a) have affection for someone/something
b) hate someone/something
c) fall in love with someone/something
d) enjoy working with someone/something
The answer is below!↓
Answer: a) have affection for someone/something