You spelled it right. Entertainment, enterprises, enter, entry, entertain, enterprise, entrance, enters, entered, etc.
Auxiliary means something having to do with help. Comes from "auxilium" in Latin.
There are simple sentences, like, "The quick fox jumped over the lazy dog." Then, there are compound sentences, which have two separate clauses. "The quick fox jumped high, but the lazy dog didn't budge." A comma followed by a conjunction is used to separate the two clauses in a compound sentence. One could also use a semicolon if … Read more
If this person's a true friend, you won't need to impress her/him will skills or possessions. A true friend likes you because of your positive qualities. If you feel like you have to impress a certain friend with things besides your personality, maybe you should calmly tell them how you feel and hope for the best.