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  • TUYEN TAP CHUYEN CUOI HAY NHAT VIETNAM- THE BEST FUNNY STORY COLLECTION

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  • Choose the best option to complete each of the following sentences: 1). Nam's success is really ______________ to us. A). surprisingly B). surprise C). surprised D). surprising 2). His funny story is so _________ that we can't help

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  • When left to himself, however, he would seldom produce any music or attempt any recognized air. Leaning back in his arm-chair of an evening, he would close his eyes and scrape carelessly at the fiddle which was thrown across his knee.”

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  • One of the best things to be said of the stories in this volume is that, although they are not biographical, they are about real persons who actually lived and performed their parts in the great drama of the world‘s history. Some of these persons were more famous than others, yet all have left enduring “footprints on the sands of time” and their names will not cease to be remembered.

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  • There once was a monkey who liked to tease everyone, especially a baby elephant who bothered no one. "Why do you have to tease me?" the baby elephant asked. "It's so fun," said the naughty monkey. Off he went to tease a snapping turtle who always slept with his mouth wide open. The monkey thought it would be so funny to surprise the turtle awake by sticking his finger into its mouth. To the monkey's horror, the turtle reacted in his natural way: by snapping his mouth shut. The monkey yelled in pain, but the turtle, who actually was kind,...

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  • The boat was crowded. Khaki, everywhere khaki; lifebelts, rain and storm, everything soaked. Destroyers, churning through the waves, played strange games all round us. Some old-time Tommies, taking everything for granted, smoked and laughed and told funny stories. Others had the look of dumb animals in pain, going to what they knew only too well. The new hands for France asked many questions, pretended to laugh, pretended not to care, but for the most part were in terror of the unknown.

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  • The floor was peppered with straw; a wheelbarrow hunkered in the aisle between the two columns of stalls. As the young man and the horses filed in, they horses knew where they belonged,

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  • "WHAT a funny letter, Daddy," said Spen, as he looked at the narrow envelope which had just arrived, and listened to the crackle of the thin paper. "Do you think so?" said Daddy. "It is from home." "From home!" said Spen, laughing, "why, Daddy, this is home." "I mean from the old country, Spen." "The old country, Daddy?" said

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  • TOMMY Benton, on his first visit to Earth, found the long-anticipated wonders of twenty-first-century New York thrilling the first week, boring and unhappy the second week, and at the end of the third he was definitely ready to go home. The never-ending racket of traffic was torture to his abnormally acute ears. Increased atmospheric pressure did funny things to his chest and stomach. And quick and sure-footed on Mars, he struggled constantly against the heavy gravity that made all his movements clumsy and uncoordinated.

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  • We did—and found the rest of the girl mech. All of her, that is, except the head. The working parts were lightly oiled and wrapped in cotton waste while the other members and sections of the trunk were neatly packed in cardboard boxes with labels like Solenoids FB978 or Transistors Lot X45—the kind of boxes robots bought their parts in. We even found a blue dress in one of them. "Check her class and series numbers," Min suggested. I could have saved myself the trouble. They'd been filed off. "Something's funny here," I said. "We'd better keep an eye on...

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  • It was enough to make her shiver. “I’ll thank you not to behave so familiarly,” she bit off, annoyed at her thundering heart. “You’re entirely too close.” “Well, I’ll thank you,” he mimicked her with a wrinkle of his nose, “not to make such a fool announcement in front of God and ever’body. You’ve got a coupla mean-looking fellas interested in your arrival.” A g

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  • Choose the best answer 1. The story was very funny. The math teacher told the story. A.The story that the math teacher told was very funny. B.The story which the math teacher told was very funny. C.The story the math teacher told

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  • Give each student a card with a simple form of a verb written large. The verbs may have regular or irregular past forms or the teacher can use a mixture. The students supply the past form. Put students into groups of five or six. Give each group a sentence to begin their story. Going around in their circle, the students each add a sentence to their story, using their verb. The stories may be serious or funny, but they should make some sort of sense. Example: Starting sentence: Yesterday, I decided to go to the park. ...

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  • Grammar cop helps kids learn essential rules of grammar. Stories teach parts of speech. Anagrams, Riddle, and Hink Pinks fortify students vocabularies, rebuses tickle the funny bone as they build spelling skills, reading Comprehension reproducibles provide a leg up when it comes to test-taking, graphic Organizers offer kids ready-to-go tools to organize their thoughts and respond in meaningful ways to the books they read.

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  • "Computer, draw a robot!" said my young cousin to the first computer he had ever seen. (Since I had instructed it not to listen to strangers, the computer wasn't receptive to this command.) If you're like me, your first thought would be "how silly" or "how funny"—but this is a mistake. Our educated and modeled brains have learned how to work with computers to a certain degree. People are being educated to accommodate computers, to compensate for the lack of ability of computers to understand humans.

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  • How To Sell Insurance Using Powerful Stories By: Jason Hornung – President Jason Hornung Agency, Inc. I started off my agency career as a captive. If you've ever worked as a captive agent or are familiar with the corporate culture of captive insurance companies, you'll know how much of an importance they place on putting up big life insurance sales numbers. What's funny is that I've had the pleasure of working with two captive companies, one of them being the big dog that shall not be named... geez, I kinda feel like I'm writing a Harry Potter script here, but I...

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  • " His voice was nasally and choked from the blood pouring down the back of his throat. "It will not happen again." Aron nodded and waved hand. "Be gone." The man scurried from the room, the door banging heavily behind him. Apoph turned to the man and raised an eyebrow. Aron grinned, a gesture that somehow made him uglier.

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  • and in a little time he had awakened enough to know that it had all been a dream ... and to know, also, that the dream had not entirely ended. Because something, he felt, was with him in his room, and it was something remarkable. Being older now, he doesn't remember what it was, though he is sure that it was silky and shiny, and moved with the sinuous grace of a

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  • ” *** Rico watched the Miami game in an Elizabeth Avenue strip bar. By half-time, it was obvious that Miami would be taking their worst loss of the season. Rico hung in there anyway, drinking beer after beer. By the time the game was over, he was pretty well gone. And so was Miami. “Another one?” the bartender asked. “Yeah,” Rico said. He didn’t usually drink this much, but it didn’t matter to him now. Whatever slim chance of survival he had had in the afternoo

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  • Buzzing around, the bee was bored. He gave a little sigh and yawned. ‘Why oh why can't I have a friend? To play with forever, from day 'till end.’ He flew round and round but wherever he flew, people hit him with papers and then shouted ‘SHOO!’ The bee tried to show that he meant no harm, by hiding his sting and being all calm. But no matter how hard he tried,

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