Englanti - Suomi Vitsikirja 1 (English Finnish Joke Book 1)
Englanti – suomi vitsikirja 1 is an excellent way for Finns to practise their English – and for foreigners who are trying to learn Finnish. Great jokes like:
Teacher: Where does God live?
Little boy: I think he lives in our bathroom.
Teacher: Why do you say that?
Little boy: Well, every morning my daddy bangs on the door and says, 'God, are you still in there?'
If you have problems with the English, you can turn over and read a translation.
Opettaja: Missä Jumala asuu?
Poika: Luulen, että hän asuu meidän kylpyhuoneessamme.
Opettaja: Mistä niin päättelet?
Poika: No, koska isäni hakkaa joka aamu kylpyhuoneen ovea ja sanoo, että ‘voi Luoja, oletko vieläkin siellä?
Englanti - Suomi Vitsikirja Cartoons
There are lots of great cartoons in the book, all drawn by the award-winning Lithuanian cartoonist Ilja Bereznickas.
“I’ve lost my dog!”
“You should put an advertisement in the newspaper.”
“That’s crazy! He can’t read.”
“Koirani on kadonnut!”
“Laita ilmoitus sanomalehteen.”
“Oletko hullu? Eihän se osaa lukea.”
Englanti - Suomi Vitsikirja Quiz!
There are quizzes to test your level of English using jokes.
Englanti - Suomi Vitsikirja – Audio!
Tim Shoesmith, an English entertainer, has recorded all of the jokes and there is an audio version of Englanti - Suomi Vitsikirja currently available via Apple Books. This means that you can hear the jokes while you read them which help you discover how the words are pronounced. For example: Joke about a boy with an arrow
Little boy: (in garden) Excuse me, Mrs Jones, can I have my arrow back, please?
Mrs Jones: Of course, Richard. Where is it?
Little boy: In the side of your cat.
Ready to buy Englanti - Suomi Vitsikirja? Which version do you need?
If you’re lucky enough to have an iPad, iPhone or Mac computer with ibooks, you can enjoy Englanti - Suomi Vitsikirja 1 as an audio version available on Apple Books.
There is also a paperback version available from Amazon.
When you’re trying to improve your skills in a foreign language, reading is one of the best ways – and reading jokes is probably the best of all.
Do you have any questions? Don't hesitate to contact us!