Have you ever heard an English joke before? Some English jokes can be difficult to understand for non-native speakers. However， children’s jokes are easier because they often are based on words or idioms that have more than one meaning. For example， the word “leg” can mean a body part， or a section of a long trip.
Do you understand the following jokes? (We will try to explain them in next blog):
Q. What did the grape do when it got stepped on?
A. It let out a little wine!
Q. Why don't skeletons fight each other?
A. They don't have the guts.
Answers to last blog's questions: