Whether it’s a one-liner or a knock-knock, many jokes use a wordplay or a pun. Puns are words that have the same form, but have a different meaning like bank (the side of a river), or bank (a place where money is kept). There are also many puns that don’t have the same spelling, but sound the same (or almost the same) like waste and waist (you can check the posts on homophones for this).
A fun way to practise your speaking skill is by telling jokes and for today I’ve upload some Easter ones just to get you cracking! I’m sure that you’ll understand the jokes right away, but how would you explain them to, say… somebody who isn’t a fluent speaker of English and doesn’t get them?
2 thoughts on “B2/C1 Easter jokes with a pun or something similar”
Those are the very best ones! 😀
-I’m on a seafood diet.
-It’s really interesting! How does it work?
-It’s easy: when I see food I eat it!