Again we laugh!
They say that laugh is good for health.
Let’s see what we know about fun: “Humor is infectious. The sound of roaring laughter is far more contagious than any cough, sniffle, or sneeze. When laughter is shared, it binds people together and increases happiness and intimacy. Laughter also triggers healthy physical changes in the body. Humor and laughter strengthen your immune system, boost your energy, diminish pain, and protect you from the damaging effects of stress. Best of all, this priceless medicine is fun, free, and easy to use.”
Yes, you know that language learning is helpful for our well-being: it prevents dementia, our intelligence is growing, etc.
I hope I could have motivated you to look through our new Anglish (English) Humor post.
So how do we work out these classes? You read the text on the picture or the text I give you below, and you pronounce it in order to understand the first meaning – what was meant to say.
After this, you read the vocabulary list of the new words; you study them. And of course, you chuckle!
In case you self-study you may choose the words you’ll use in future and learn them. If you study with your teacher, ask him/her wich ones will be in use for your sphere of speaking.
- Canny ball arrested in Asia sum wear. Killed a girl and said he was a gladiator.
- It looks like there were moor four sir tin.
- Men he moor youths were a bout. Fortitude her cooked flesh and mussels. Sum euthenasia can be nasty.
Canny – Gentle; cautious and obliging; harmless; safe;
Ball – the people assembled at a lavish formal dance; / round object that is hit or thrown or kicked in games;
Sum – To add into one amount; / a quantity of money or currency; any amount, indefinitely;
Wear – a covering designed to be worn on a person’s body;
Gladiator – A prize- fighter with swords; in anc. Rome, a man who engaged in mortal combat with another for the entertainment of the people;
Moor – A tract of waste land, or a tract kept for hunting; / to secure with cables or ropes;
Sir – word of respect used in addressing a man; title of a knight or baronet;
Tin – a silvery malleable metallic element that resists corrosion; used in many alloys and to coat other metals to prevent corrosion;
Fortitude – That power of mind which enables a person to act or suffer with patience, and without flinching or complaining; endurance; resolution;
Flesh – The meat of animals used for food. / Muscular tissue. / Adiposity, stoutness;
Mussels – Marine bivalve mollusks especially of the genus Mytilus or freshwater bivalve mollusks, especially the genera Unio and Anodonta;
Euthenasia – doesn’t exist as a word. As always, listen to the phrase. “Euthanasia” meaning “mercy killing” is pronounced like “youth.”
Nasty – characterized by obcenity; indecent; indelicate; gross; filthy.