Andrew: Hey, have you seen that new sitcom called Entourage?
Addison: Ya, it’s awesome. Who’s your favorite character?
Andrew: Johnny Chase. He’s absolutely hilarious! I love the one where he’s insecure about his calves.
Addison: That was hilarious. I personally think that Arie might be the best actor.
Andrew: Who do you think is the worst?
Andrew: I agree. He sucks.
Phrases and Vocabulary used:
It’s not common for native English speakers to describe people or things as “very humourous”.
Hilarious – A very good word to use which means very funny.
My friend is hilarious.
I find that movie hilarious.
Last night was hilarious.
What you just said was hilarious.
“Sense of humour” – a sense of humour is talking about if a person is either funny or good at accepting jokes. People who have a good sense of humour are often very easy-going.
She has a really good sense of humour.
A good sense of humour is important to me when finding a boyfriend.
A good sense of humour is more important than physical appearance.
He has a good sense of humour about himself. (doesn’t take himself too seriously, can make fun of himself)
Don’t use the word “very” all the time to modify words. A great word to use if you want to make a very strong point is “absolutely”.
Absolutely is like saying, extremely, totally, or 100%
That movie was absolutely amazing.
Wow, you look absolutely beautiful in that dress.
I can’t believe you like to eat that. It’s absolutely disgusting.
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