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Imparare l'inglese: Extremely Funny Stories - Version Integrale
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Imparare l'inglese può essere davvero divertente! Con "Extremely Funny Stories" di Zac Eaton imparerai l'inglese e conoscerai da vicino il famoso umorismo inglese: ironico e cinico. L'audiolibro incluso ti aiuterà ad apprendere una perfetta pronuncia. Attenzione: "Extremely Funny Stories" può creare dipendenza!
Some Reviews:

“The lady at Subway called an ambulance because she thought I was having an epileptic fit. I just could not stop laughing!”
George Lamberty

“You better sort your life out, Son”
Dad

“I fell off the toilet laughing!”
Chris Schretzenmayr

“Such an uplifting and light-hearted read, I nearly shit myself laughing.”
Harley Buck

This is the complete Set of the Series "Extremely Funny Stories".

These stories of a journey of laughter, self depreciating humour and some seriously deep shit.

LinguaItaliano
EditoreZac Eaton
Data di uscita1 giu 2014
ISBN9781311306418
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    Imparare l'inglese: Extremely Funny Stories

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    Zac Eaton

    Copyright 2014

    Zac Eaton

    Smashwords Edition

    ISBN 9781311306418

    book@englishforlovers.co.uk

    Audiobook Included

    For your pleasure and learning I have included a recorded audiobook version of this story, which can be found on the last page.

    Other Books by Zac Eaton

    Learn English - Extremely Funny Stories

    Extremely Funny Stories is a running Series:

    1. A Day

    2. Love, Romance and Being Horny

    3. Invisible Touch

    4. Island-Monkey

    5. Welcome to My Life

    6. British Cuisine

    7. Broken Flowers

    8. Zac Eaton - The Collection (versione integrale)

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    Imparare l'inglese: Extremely Funny Stories

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    Imparare l'inglese può essere davvero divertente! Con Extremely Funny Stories di Zac Eaton imparerai l'inglese e conoscerai da vicino il famoso umorismo inglese: ironico e cinico. L'audiolibro incluso ti aiuterà ad apprendere una perfetta pronuncia. Attenzione: Extremely Funny Stories può creare dipendenza!

    Some Reviews:

    The lady at Subway called an ambulance because she thought I was having an epileptic fit. I just could not stop laughing!

    George Lamberty

    You better sort your life out, Son

    Dad

    I fell off the toilet laughing!

    Chris Schretzenmayr

    Such an uplifting and light-hearted read, I nearly shit myself laughing.

    Harley Buck

    This is the complete Set of  the Series Extremely Funny Stories.

    These stories of a journey of laughter, self depreciating humour and some seriously deep shit.

    A Day

    Suddenly*, the excitement* the beginning of the semester brings has come to an end and even though I still have at least a thousand things to do, I feel as bored* as a pacifists gun. It is Friday evening, I am 29, dying to be kissed and at the moment I think I feel the same way a condom feels when he is finally freed from his little package and then shamefully* used for a teenage party trick. That clearly was not its destiny*. Nevertheless*, things remain good. I am sitting here at my desk facing the open window and I can hear a dogs bark* faintly* in the distance while someone next door is shagging* a trumpet.

    [suddenly = improvvisamente, excitement = tensione, bored = annoiato, pacifist = pacifista, shamefully = infamante, destiny = destino, nevertheless = ciononostante, bark = abbaiare, faintly = debole, distance = distanza, shagging = scopare]

    As I reflect* on the day I have just decided* to bore* you shitless and tell you how it was. Why suffer* alone? Telling someone how your day was can, if you are me, be quite embarrassing*, even damaging*, if, not like me, you have a good reputation* to lose*. So, you will see what I mean as I describe* my day.

    [reflect = riflettere, decided = deciso, bore = annoiarsi, suffer = soffrire, telling = raccontare, embarrassing = imbarazzante, damaging = dannoso, reputation = reputazione, lose = perdere, describe = descrivere]

    After swearing* at my alarm clock a second time while jumping* out of bed, I danced* the funky chicken. Then I put on some boxers and walked barefoot* straight to the kitchen* to make a cup of tea. Knowing our fridge* was empty* I still walked up to it with a sway* of intention*, opened it, poked my head in and stared* into empty space at a lonely* tin* of mushrooms, which I have probably known longer than my ex-girlfriend and from which, to my surprise*, mushrooms* are growing*. My facial expression* would tell you that I am thinking up a magical recipe* from this tin, but I am only analysing the smell. I took my fresh cup of tea back into my room, slammed* on the radio and did the Michael Jackson moonwalk to the bathroom where I shaved* a pretty face*. After realising* I am painfully late*, I dashed* out of the house leaving my untouched* steaming tea on my desk and jumped, in John Wayne style, onto my bike and we both sped of to uni.

    [swearing = imprecare, jumping = saltare, danced = ballato, walked barefoot = ha camminato a piedi scalzi, kitchen = cucina, fridge = frigorifero, empty = vuoto, sway = vacillare, intention = intenzione, poked = stuzzicato, stared = fissato, lonely = solitario, tin = barattolo, surprise = sorpresa, mushrooms = funghi, growing = grescere, facial expression = espressione del volto, recipe = ricetta, slammed = schianatato, shaved = rasato, pretty face = viso grazioso, realising = accertare, late = tardi, dashed = guizzare, untouched = intatto, sped = correre]

    While passing the shop windows in Freiberg, it reminded me, as it always does, how happy I am not to bother* with that kind of stuff and I just enjoyed the fresh air, colour of the clouds* and the rain running* through my hair*. After chaining* my bike to someone else’s, I walked into whatever building* it was and then noticed* my flies* were open (I really do keep forgetting) and I quickly and VERY carefully tried to zip them up, but naturally* they got stuck* and the harder I pulled the more stuck they became. As usual, during this violent epileptic fit, the girl I have been trying to impress* for the last 6 months decides* to float past* that very moment and she probably once again* thought* to herself: What a disaster. Same shit - everyday.

    [bother = impegnare, clouds = nuvole, running = correre, hair = capelli, chaining = incatenare, building = edifici, noticed = notato, flies = patta dei pantaloni, naturally = naturalmente, stuck = infilare, violent = violento, impress = impressionare, decides = deciso, float past = sorvolare,  once again = ancora una volta, thought = pensato]

    Normally, when we have an exam*, I take a big shiny* book with me and place it on my desk* just before the exam starts and everybody is nervously* waiting. So why should this one be any different*? You should have seen the uneasy*, curious* faces of my fellow students* staring its proportions while probably wondering* if that big beautiful book would have unlocked* the dark secrets of complex mathematical equations. Here is a conversation* I had with one of these fellow studies: What’s that? asks the guy behind me, leaning* forward, pointing* at the only thing in front of me*.

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