Learn Spanish With Jokes 1
Many millions of people around the world want to improve their Spanish. Are you one of them? Have you tried Learn-Spanish-in-a-week CD ROMS, boring grammar courses, mind-numbing self-study books? Are you looking for something that is a joy to use? Something that will entertain you while you learn? Learn Spanish without even realising it? A great way to impress your Spanish-speaking friends? Look no further. Learn Spanish with jokes - an excellent way for English speakers to practise their Spanish. It only takes a minute to download the book so very soon you can be reading great jokes like:
- ¿Crees que algún día la televisión reemplazará a los periódicos?
- Nunca. ¿Has intentado alguna vez matar moscas con una televisión?
matar = to kill
or this classic: -
¡Doctor, doctor, estoy perdiendo la memoria!
- Mm, ¿cuándo comenzó eso?
- ¿Cuándo comenzó qué?
perder = to lose
Learn Spanish with Jokes - Cartoons!
There are also cartoons drawn by the award-winning cartoonist, Ilja Bereznickas.
- ¡He perdido mi perro!
- Deberías poner un anuncio en el periódico.
- ¡Tonto! No sabe leer.
Learn Spanish with Jokes - Quiz!
There is a quiz to test your level of Spanish using jokes.
Learn Spanish with Jokes - Audio!
There is now a new version of Learn Spanish with Jokes - Learn MEXICAN Spanish with jokes. The book contains 100 audio files provided by ten people from Mexico. At the moment the book is only available from Apple Books (for people with Macs, iPads or iPhones) but hopefully that will change soon. It is possible to download a sample of the book so you can check it out and decide whether your Spanish is good enough to understand the jokes. Here's an example:
Spanish joke about a dog
- Mamá, mamá, no me gusta la carne, ¿puedo dársela al perro?
- No cariño, esto es el perro.
Which version do you need?
The latest version is with full Mexican audio and is available from Apple books (for people with Macs, iPads or iPhones)
The book is also available as a paperback from Amazon.
Don't forget, 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!