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Jokes and fun things to make you laugh while you learn English.

Catfish joke in English with vocabulary and an explanation of why it is funny.

The Catfish Joke

Vocabulary Catfish – (noun) a species of fish. To fish – (verb) to try and catch/hunt for fish, usually with a fishing rod. Rod – (noun) the pole/stick that has a (nylon) line and hook to catch fish. Rod is a short way of saying  fishing rod. The joke Fisherman A: Have you ever seen […]

Woodward English on Instagram

Woodward English on Instagram

This is to let you know that you can now find us on Instagram. Yes, we will now add any new charts and images that we create onto Instagram for those that like spending time there. Eventually we will also add some of the charts we have already created too. So remember, follow us there: Woodward English on Instagram Have […]

English Grammar Horror Movie Trailer - What do English students fear the most?

English Grammar – Horror Movie

Right now I am in the process of creating videos for people to learn English for free. By creating I mean I am in the first creative stages of writing scripts and learning how to make videos using Adobe Premiere and After Effects (note: the following trailer was made using iMovie). This is something I have wanted […]

A joke in English about the nationality of Santa Claus

Nationality of Santa Claus

English Vocabulary The North Pole = the northernmost point on Earth (also the home of Santa Claus) Polish = the name of the people from Poland Santa Claus = the man with a white beard and a red suit that delivers Christmas presents The Joke Question: What nationality is Santa Claus? Answer: North Polish. Why is […]

Never give up tattoo

Sorry, we have removed the viral photo that was here that showed someone with a tattoo on their arm saying: – Never don’t give up –  (If you google it, you will be able to find it)   This is why learning grammar is important… What’s wrong with this tattoo? It’s says “Never don’t give […]

English Joke of the Week

How did you find your steak?

The Joke Waiter: How did you find the steak sir? Customer: Oh, I just moved the potato and there it was! Vocabulary To find = (verb) in the context of this joke ‘to find’ means to have an opinion on something. It can also mean to discover the location of something. Steak = (noun) a […]

English Joke of the Week

Bean Soup Joke in English

The Joke Customer: Waiter, what do you call this soup? Waiter: It’s bean soup, sir. Customer: I don’t care what it’s been. What is it now?       Vocabulary Bean (noun) = a common vegetable To call (verb) = to name Soup = cooked food in a liquid form Been = Past participle of […]

English Joke of the Week

A fly without wings

The Joke… Question: What do you call a fly without wings? Answer: A walk   Vocabulary Fly (noun) – a common black insect that is attracted to faecal matter and rubbish. Wings (noun) – A pair of limbs that birds and insects use to fly Why is it funny? It is playing on the double […]

English Joke of the Week

A snail enters a bar joke

A snail goes into a bar and the barman tells him there’s a strict policy about not having snails in the bar and so kicks him out. A year later the same snail re-enters the bar and asks the barman “What did you do that for?”   VOCABULARY Snail = a small creature (like a […]