Why is six afraid of seven?
~because 7 8 9..
~seven was hungry so seven ‘ate’ nine! (7,8,9!)
Huu..its a joke told by Roberto Benigni, an Italian comedian in one of his films. well i dont know,, i love this kind of joke..atleast its a pleasure to read it out and have a good time testing other people,and enjoy them :)
For i think english riddles and jokes are really fun to play at as the riddles dont only serve u laughter but it contains knowledge you should fairly discover..its all about playing with words and meaning. seriously,,its fun to learn riddles and jokes created by English for u may not be feeling like wasting time or causing u silly-being when reading. i tell u,,its kinda a beautiful feeling when u are left alone with nothing but an internet connection for u to get chance googling those riddles~
Here are some that i enjoyed reading most..
Question: Why did the boy eat his homework?
Answer: His teacher said it was a piece of cake!
(The teacher meant that the homework is easy. Got you!)
Question: What 11-letter English word does everyone pronounce incorrectly?
Question: I am a band but I don’t play any music – what am I?
Answer: A rubber band
Question: What is the difference between a jeweler and a jailer?
Answer: A jeweler sells watches but a jailer watches cells!
“The beginning of eternity
The end of time and space
The beginning of every end,
And the end of every place.”
Answer: The letter ‘e’
A matter of fact is, its an amusement of learning English.. im merely into thought that its not enough for me to just prepare my future students with solid grammar knowledge, or when i think im good enough at teaching them writing or even have them score well in monthly test..but the idea is to come out with great ways of bringing them to the world of learning English.. aint it cool to see them enjoy the learning process? and..the riddles themselves?…i do :)
Here comes my two cents- exposing children to English riddles could be a fresh significant rally of getting them love English~ Hopefully it works~