ensuring that you don’t any fun



I don’t think that don’t any fun is correct. Aren’t don’t [color=red]have any fun or don’t [color=blue]get any fun correct?

You’re right about the grammar, but your change still doesn’t help the meaning; users should have fun. I think the word ‘miss’ is missing: ‘ensuring that you don’t miss any fun’.

Hello MM,

By the way, do you reckon there’s any tangible difference between:

  1. You didn’t miss any fun.
  2. You didn’t miss out on any fun.


The second is more idiomatic, perhaps.

Thank you, Mister Micawber and Our Tort System.