VI. Write a joke. Make sure it’s funny.
This is the last part in the removal exam that I have given my English2 students last month.
Below are some of their jokes:
Juan: Ma’am, how do you pronounce the 3rd month of the year? Eypril or April?
Teacher: Silly, it’s April.
Juan: Ma’am you’re wrong. It’s March.
Boy: I can’t live without you.
Girl: Then why are you still alive?
During a cremation, all of the relatives stood in silence until a child blurted out, “Mom, is it already cooked?”
Q: Why do dwarfs laugh while running in the meadow?
A: Because the grasses tickle them when they pass.
Girl: What is your plan?
Girl: Yes, plan.
Boy: Oh, plan… Plan versus zombie?
Woman: Boy, is that river deep?
Boy: No, it’s very shallow.
(The woman took a dive. Minutes later…)
Woman: Help! Help!
Boy: What’s wrong?
Woman: You boy! This river is not shallow at all. It’s very deep. Help me!
Boy: Oh, I thought it’s shallow because when the ducks went across the river, the water is only up to their chest.
What is this?
1. SSSSSSS 2. ~~~~
3. [ 4. ….~♥~
Ma’am, smile, ma’am, please.