fond of 好き

August 20, 2015 =========
☆ fond of 好き
Are you fond of fondue? Ha ha! Sometimes using a little bit of humor can make a word stick in your memory more effectively. I like the sound of “fond of fondue” and think it makes it more memorable. You could say, “are you fond of cheese?” as an example sentence to help you remember, but it’s not funny and I’m not sure that it is a good example of the word.
Instead, choosing something like “fond of fondue,” will hopefully help you remember that what “fond of” means because it the words sound similar and it’s a bit silly, so the brain is more active and likely to learn. Just remember that the grammar pattern is different. “Do you like fondue?” or “Are you fond of fondue?” What (or who!) are you fond of at the moment?