Píndoles d'anglès

«Puns are fun!» (i 2)

Lou Hevly

Lou Hevly

 Vet aquí les explicacions dels jocs de paraules de fa quinze dies:

Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana. / arrow (fletxa); flies = vola; like = com; flies = mosques, like = agradar

Did you hear about the silk worm race? It ended in a tie. / tie = empat i corbata;

Why can’t you run through a campground? You can only ran, because it’s past tents. / past tense = temps passat i past tents passant tendes.

An atom lost an electron. It really should keep an ion them. / ion = i eye on (keep an eye on = vigilar)

Why did the lizard say he named his baby «Tiny?» Because he’s my newt. / my newt = el meu tritó i minute [pronun.: mai·nút] menut

RIP boiling water. You will be mist. / mist = boirina; missed trobat a faltar

Why do cows have bells? Because their horns don’t work. / horns = banyes i claxons

What happened when the semi-colon broke grammar laws? He was given two consecutive sentences. / semi-colon = punt i coma; sentences = oracions i sentències judicials.

I recently took a poll and found out 100% of campers were angry when their tent collapsed. / pole = pal; poll = enquesta d'opinió