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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126369: Laugh and idioms
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    Laugh and idioms


     Expressions : - to roar with laughter. 

     

                          - to laugh up one's sleeve

                        - to laugh half-heartedly

                        - to laugh grudgingly / to give a sour laugh

                        - deadpan

                        - to make somebody laugh.

                        - a deep throaty laugh.

                        - a laughing-stock.

     Now it's your turn   Enjoy !

      Here are synonyms :

       To laugh  / to laugh at                        
       To chortle    
       To chuckle    

       To giggle

      
       To guffaw

     

       To snigger    
       To be in stitches 




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    1. An announcer of television had a fit of during an exclusive interview. She was deeply criticised.

    2. My son will laugh when he knows the stock exchange prices.

    3. You make me with your megalomania ; be yourself !

    4. She was the of the office with her new haircut.

    5. He hasn't changed ! He is always ! We never know if he's serious or if he's joking.

    6. - Why are you ? - You have a mark of lipsticks on your cheek !

    7. When we were children, we watched Charlie Chaplin in his silent films. His character, the Tramp, made us !

    8. My husband laughs up ! I 'd like to know what he prepares as a surprise.

    9. The teacher asked who was in her back.

    10. His show had much success ! The audience were .










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