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Puns - Homophones and Homonyms Puns - Homophones and Homonyms Presentation Transcript

  • Puns Homonyms and Homophones Puns, jokes and word play
  • Puns homonyms Words having the same spelling and pronunciation but with 2 or more meanings e.g. well homophones Words having the same pronunciation but different meanings or spelling e.g., new and knew
  • What is a homonym? homonyms Words having the same spelling and pronunciation but with 2 or more meanings e.g. well They are used to make puns in many jokes
  • Look at the picture. What is the homonym?
  • fan
  • What is the homonym? Why did the teacher wear sunglasses? Because his students were so bright
  • bright Why did the teacher wear sunglasses? Because his students were so bright
  • What is the homonym? Why do cows have bells? Because their horns don’t work.
  • horns Why do cows have bells? Because their horns don’t work.
  • What is the homonym? Why can't a car play football? Because it's only got one boot
  • boot Why can't a car play football? Because it's only got one boot
  • What is the homonym? Time flies like an arrow Fruit flies like a banana
  • flies, like Time flies like an arrow Fruit flies like a banana
  • What is the homonym? One day an English grammar teacher was looking ill. A student asked, "What's the matter?" "Tense," answered the teacher, describing how he felt. The student paused, then continued, "What was the matter? What has been the matter? What might have been the matter... ?"
  • tense One day an English grammar teacher was looking ill. A student asked, "What's the matter?" "Tense," answered the teacher, describing how he felt. The student paused, then continued, "What was the matter? What has been the matter? What might have been the matter... ?"
  • What is the homonym? A woman was driving in her car on a narrow road. She was knitting at the same time, so she was driving very slowly. A man came up from behind and he wanted to pass her. He opened the window and yelled, "Pull over! Pull over!" The lady yelled back, "No, a sweater!"
  • Pull over A woman was driving in her car on a narrow road. She was knitting at the same time, so she was driving very slowly. A man came up from behind and he wanted to pass her. He opened the window and yelled, "Pull over! Pull over!" The lady yelled back, "No, a sweater!"
  • What is the pun?
  • dig up (phrasal verb)
  • What is the pun? 1 2 3 4
  • put down (phrasal verb) 1 2 3 4
  • Homophones Homophones Words having the same pronunciation but different meanings or spelling e.g., new and knew They are used to make puns in many jokes What are the homophones which make the puns in the following photos? >
  • What is the homophone?
  • Toad = Towed
  • What is the homophone?
  • i = eye
  • What is the homophone?
  • Horse = Hoarse
  • What is the homophone?
  • Bored = board
  • What is the homophone?
  • Sole = Soul
  • What is the homophone?
  • Paws = pause
  • What is the homophone?
  • A salt = Assault
  • What is the pun?
  • A tack = Attack
  • What is the pun?
  • Intense = In tents
  • What is the pun? Why will you never starve in the desert? Because of all the sandwiches there
  • sandwiches = sand which is Why will you never starve in the desert? Because of all the sandwiches there
  • Bad pun – almost a homophone Warning! Really bad joke! Why does a milking stool have only three legs? Because the cow has the udder.
  • Bad pun – almost a homophone Warning! Really bad joke! Why does a milking stool have only three legs? Because the cow has the udder. The udder The other
  • More bad puns
  • More bad puns Udder = other Comb hair = come here Poultry in motion = poetry in motion Darth Vader = waiter Irrelevant = irrelephant Matters = mattress
  • Find the puns. Are they homonyms or homophones? 1. It’s not that he didn’t know how to juggle. He just didn’t have the balls to do it. 2. What do you call a woman who stands between two goal posts? Annette. 3. A bicycle can’t stand on its own. It’s two-tired. 4. Police were called to a kindergarten where a three-year-old was resisting a rest. 5. A pessimist's blood type is b-negative. 6. I used to be addicted to soap, but I'm clean now. 7. The apple crossed the street because he wanted to get to the other cider the road. 8. In some conifer forests, you can't cedar wood for the trees. 9. A prisoner's favourite punctuation mark is the period (USA) / full stop (UK). It marks the end of his sentence. 10. What do you get if you cross a sheep with a kangaroo? A woolly jumper
  • Find the puns. Are they homonyms or homophones? 1. It’s not that he didn’t know how to juggle. He just didn’t have the balls to do it. (Have balls = be brave) 2. What do you call a woman who stands between two goal posts? Annette. (= a net) 3. A bicycle can’t stand on its own. It’s two-tired. (= too) 4. Police were called to a kindergarten where a three-year-old was resisting a rest. (= arrest) 5. A pessimist's blood type is b-negative. (= be) 6. I used to be addicted to soap, but I'm clean now. (clean = no longer addicted) 7. The apple crossed the street because he wanted to get to the other cider the road. (= side o(f) ) 8. In some conifer forests, you can't cedar wood for the trees. (= see the) 9. A prisoner's favourite punctuation mark is the period (USA) / full stop (UK). It marks the end of his sentence. (sentence = time in prison) 10. What do you get if you cross a sheep with a kangaroo? A woolly jumper (= jersey)
  • The end
  • More homophones http://www.bifroest.demon.co.uk/misc/homophones.html More puns http://www.sillypuns.com/ http://puns.icanhascheezburger.com/