pleasant to (do something with/to/about/at/etc.)

"Pleasant" is similar in meaning to "nice". It sounds a little more formal and more intelligent than "nice".

You can talk about how something is pleasant with the phrase "pleasant to ___":

Kendra not only did the job, she did it well, and she was pleasant to be around and tremendously courteous.

She certainly is pleasant to look at.

He's so pleasant to talk to.

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