Entertainment, in its broadest form, encompasses an enormous range of experiences. It can be as simple as a book read for pleasure; or as complex as a banquet adapted for two; from music or dance suited to a party, to performances intended for thousands; and from sports and games designed for children to ceremonies or festivals involving whole communities. Many familiar forms of entertainment have cross-over appeal, while others can be quite specific and evoke serious emotions or have strong political messages. Click on a collocation to see more examples.
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