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Jokes in English (Text and MP3 Files for ESL/EFL)

Jokes in English (Text and MP3 Files for ESL/EFL)
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American Jokes Re-telling Jokes from 1. Copy a set of jokes (found below) and then cut them into strips of paper. Copy a table with a column for the jokes' names, heard, and told. Cut these into small rectangles. 2. 3. 4. The joke about the tiger Two men are walking through a forest. “What are you doing?” “I don’t have to run faster than the tiger,” he says. The joke about the genie An Australian is sitting at a bar, and he sees a lamp on a table. The man thinks for a while, then he says, “I want a beer that is never empty.” The genie waves his hand, and a bottle of beer appears on the bar. The man says, “I want two more of those.” The joke about the ugly son There was a man who had four children, all extremely good-looking, except for the youngest one, Craig. The man grew old, and just before he died he asked his wife, “Mary, I have only one question. “Yes, my dear,” replied his wife. The husband smiled. Mary gave a big sigh and said, “Thank god he didn’t ask me about the other three.”

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Vocabulaire anglais - fiches classées par thèmes English Day by Day by Jamie Keddie » The train tunnel joke This short film was directed by Ehsan Amani (Iran). It is titled Sili which seems to be translated as The Slap. Language level: Pre-intermediate (A2) +Learner type: Young learners; Teens; AdultsTime: 30 minutesActivity: Listening; Writing; SpeakingTopic: TransportLanguage: Verbs of thought (wonder, wish, hope, etc)Materials: Video; WorksheetThe train tunnel joke [downloaded 1986 times] Lesson plan outline Tell students that you have a joke for them. There are four people in a train carriage: An attractive girl, an older woman, a young soldier and a colonel. Find out if anyone knows the joke. When all worksheets have been completed, let students compare and share their ideas. Variation During steps 7 – 9, students will realize that neither the woman nor the girl were kissed.

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Learning English - Home Sounds English Joke A joke is something spoken, written, or done with humorous intention.[1] Jokes may have many different forms, e.g., a single word or a gesture (considered in a particular context), a question-answer, or a whole short story. The word "joke" has a number of synonyms, including wisecrack, gag, prank, quip, jape and jest.[1] To achieve their end, jokes may employ irony, sarcasm, word play and other devices. Jokes may have a punch line, i.e., an ending to make it humorous. A practical joke or prank differs from a spoken joke in that the major component of the humour is physical rather than verbal (for example placing salt in the sugar bowl). Purpose[edit] Jokes are typically for the entertainment of friends and onlookers. Antiquity of jokes[edit] Jokes have been a part of human culture since at least 1900 BC. A recent discovery of a document called Philogelos (The Laughter Lover) gives us an insight into ancient humour. Psychology of jokes[edit] Jokes in organizations[edit] Rules[edit] Comic[edit]

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