Who doesn’t like to have a good laugh? In this Catch Word episode, Kassy and Andrew teach you some useful expressions that help you to talk about comedy and things in your life that make you laugh a lot.
Catch Word is the Culips vocabulary series for intermediate and advanced English language learners that will help you improve your listening and speaking skills. At the same time, you’ll be able to increase your vocabulary by learning some useful and important expressions that English speakers use in their everyday lives.
Most laughter is not about humor, but rather about relationships between people. We are 30 times more likely to laugh in a social situation than when we are alone (with no books, TV, or other gadgets around to make us laugh).
Expressions included in the study guide
* In stitches
* To crack [someone] up
* To overexert oneself
* To catch one’s breath
* To take [something] to heart
* A real character
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Music Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Step On by Jahzzar
Image: Priscilla Du Preez (Unsplash.com)
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