I'm pleased that...
Professor Brown is very pleased about getting his book published.
This would be a favor, which I would be pleased to return at any time.
Knowing that you're doing fine over there, I'm really pleased for you.
I bought a new sweater and I'm as pleased as Punch with it!
Australians are, on the whole, pleased with the stabilizing benefits of their political system.
Jane's parents were pleased about her appointment as a teacher at the school.
I’m pleased that currently we are the market leader in our field
There was a full moon, and this pleased Valjean as he moved quickly along the narrow streets.
I'm very pleased with you Tom. / I guess you're pretty pleased with yourself. / Because he was so pleased to see you again.
We're so pleased that you're able to come to the wedding. / I'm really pleased with your work this term. / I'm pleased to hear you're feeling better. / Are you pleased about John's promotion?
We rented that house, not because we were pleased with it, but because it was near the station.
Pleased with The Pilgrim's Progress, my first collection was of John Bunyan's works in separate little volumes.
Just what you'd expect of a young lady, you certainly weren't left to live as you pleased.
It's so funny!
John is funny. - Funny strange or funny ha-ha?
It’s funny how you remember the words of songs, even ones you don’t really like.
It's funny how German can take a verb, cut it in half, and spread it over a five-clause sentence.
Sentences bring context to the words. Sentences have personalities. They can be funny, smart, silly, insightful, touching, hurtful.
It was a pleasure to spend the evening with a smart, funny and beautiful girl like you.
Dying is nothing. So start with living, it's less funny and it lasts longer.
She said, "It's not funny! How would you like it if someone did that to you - what would you do?"
Whether we find a joke funny or not largely depends on where we have been brought up.
Funny, said the old woman as she granted his wish and disappeared forever. "That was your first wish."
Germans have no sense of humor? I don't find that funny.
The joke about the chicken crossing the road to get to the other side is an example of "anti-humor": meant to be funny because, on the surface, it is not.
People cling on to life more than anything - a funny idea, given all the beautiful things that exist in the world.
On the way out I said to my waitress, "Be careful, Sue. There's something funny about the glasses you gave me - they're filled in on the top, and there's a hole on the bottom!"
The brave sentry thinks it's funny that most Spanish 3rd-person-sentences have six possible ways of being translated to German.