English Idiom “Have a ball” from Happy English NY

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Are you having a ball? Did you have a ball last weekend? If you have a ball, it means that you have a fun, exciting, and interesting time. You can follow this expression with a gerund (verb+ing). Here are some examples:

     -We had a ball at the party last night! Thanks for inviting us.
     -I had a ball sailing last summer, and looking forward to doing it again.
     -Kids always have a ball when their parents are not home.
     -Enjoy your trip to London. Have a ball!

We also use the expression, have a blast to mean the same thing as have a ball.

     -We had a blast at the party last night! Thanks for inviting us.
     -I had a blast sailing last summer, and looking forward to doing it again.

When was the last time you had a ball? What were you doing? Where were you?
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