Do you know English grammar jokes?
Have you ever had funny moments in learning languages?
Punctuation saves lives!
Let's eat Grandma!
Let's eat, Grandma!
Thank you! A have a joke for you:
The past, the present, and the future walked into a bar. It was tense.
the jester said " the king is stupid".
" the jester ", said the king, " is stupid."
Thank you! This is my special German joke for you:
“Aber Herr Ober, der Kaffee ist ja kalt!” “Gut, dass Sie mir das sagen, mein Herr! Eiskaffee kostet nämlich einen Euro mehr …”
“But Waiter, the coffee is cold!”
“Thanks for telling me, sir! Ice coffee is one Euro more….”
I studied some German more than 20 years ago. I've forgotten much of my German, but not a joke that our teacher told us once. In German, the word "Schlange" means "snake", but it can also mean "queue", "line". So, our teacher asked us "Was ist der Unterschied zwischen einer Schlange im Verkehr und einer echter Schlange (das Tier) ? Bei einer Verkehrschlange, der Arsch ist vorn. " (In English: the difference between a snake and a traffic queue is that in a traffic queue, the ass is the front part" !
I know this is not about english grammar, but I hope you'll find it funny !