I am a bit confused with the word fun.

I want to express that doing A will be more happy than doing B.

I don't want to mislead to my reader that doing A is more funny or hilarious.

Which sentence should I choose?


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The word "of" is not correct here; your first version is the right one.

There is rarely any confusion for English speakers between "fun" and "funny".

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    If A were more amusing it would be funnier than B. Jan 10, 2022 at 12:31

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