Jun 052014
 

BBC Learning English: The English We Speak – Funny ha-ha or funny peculiar: ‘funny’ is usually something you laugh about. But sometimes we use ‘funny’ to mean ‘strange’ or ‘weird’. Because it has these two meanings – sometimes people want to make it clear which one they mean.

Neil tells Helen that something funny happened on his way to work, but she’s not laughing. Listen to the programme to find out why.

 

The English We Speak – Funny ha-ha or funny peculiar Transcript Video

 

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