Vocabulary Follow-Up

Fill in all the gaps using the new vocabulary, then click the "Check" button to check your answers.
   cracking up      dry      giggling      humorous      impression      kidding      silly      stand-up comedians      twisted      witty   
1. Robin Williams and Whoopi Goldberg were both before they became famous actors.

2. Senara, the girl from London, has such a sense of humor. At first, I never knew if she was actually joking or being serious.

3. He does a great Michael Jackson . He can sing all the old hits like "Thriller" and "Beat It."

4. I thought that movie was rather . I laughed, but it was pretty disgusting.

5. Michele thought the comment was somewhat but she didn't actually laugh.

6. The little girls started when they heard their father singing off key.

7. That was such a mistake. If I had been using my brain, that never would have happened.

8. That joke was hilarious! I started when he got to the punch line.

9. I loved the comedy we saw at the theater last night. The actors were marvelous! And the dialog was not only insightful but also very and incredibly entertaining.

10. I'm sorry. I was just when I said your dinner tasted like cheap fast food. It was actually quite delicious.
Your personal online English school. Learn English at Englishpage.com!
Weekly Lesson Grammar Book Vocabulary Verb Tenses Conditionals Modals Gerunds / Infinitives Articles Prepositions Mini-tutorials Irregular Verbs Reading Room Listening Lounge Games English Forums English Schools Phrasal Verb Dictionary Verb + Preposition Dictionary