Each year we have a day of fun. It`s All Fool`s Day. People fool about all this day and like it, because when we laugh it makes us healthier. Our students did it on the first of April and their task was to collect the best jokes from magazines or newspapers and demonstrare at the lesson of English after holidays. Here are the best of them.
The little boy had just started school. When he returned home the first day, his mother asked,
Billy, what did you learn today?
I learned to write.
Oh, what did you write?
I do not know. I haven’t learned to read yet.
The teacher is asking an arithmetic question:
Frank, if you found three dollars in your right pocket and two dollars in your left pocket, what would you have?
I’d have somebody else’s pants on.
The teacher is asking a geography question:
Mary, where is the English Chanel?
I don’t know. We can’t get it on our TV.
Teacher: Jerry, give me the formula of water.
Jerry: H, J, K , L, M, N, O.
Teacher: What kind of a crazy answer is that?
Jerry: You told us water was H to O.
Teacher: Where is the Dead Sea?
Pupil: In Heaven, Sir!
The class is studying astronomy. The teacher points to a photograph, and says,
Does anyone know this is? It’s a comet.
A comet, Eddie. Don’t you know what a comet is?
Don’t you know what they call a star with a tail?
Sure. Mickey Mouse.