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Cute, Lame & Funny Dog Jokes

Laugh While You Learn English

Learn English via Canine Comedy: From Best Dog Jokes to Funny Dog Jokes.Study English thru funny dog jokes and become a fluent English speaker. Improve English fluency with the best dog jokes. They will have you laughing and learning English in a natural way.

For Doglovers ONLY!

Does your dog speak English?

Does it have a sense of humour?

Does it understand English?

Try making your dog laugh with these jokes.

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Listening Exercise

Carefully listen to the jokes. Use the visuals as Memory Images or create your own.

Vocabulary, Comprehension & Memory Checks

Answer the questions below to expand your vocabulary, check  your understanding and memory,  thereby enhancing both your enjoyment and understanding of the jokes.

Check Your Pronunciation

Practice asking the question until you get it right. Then record your voice and download for your personal record.

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Record & Download

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Words (and definitions)
in Sample Sentences

Revise your IPA, Check Definitions and Words in Context

Word IPA Pronunciation Definition Sample Sentence
Labra-cadabra-dor /ˈlæ.brə kəˈdæb.rə dɔr/ Playful portmanteau of "labrador" and "cadabra"; a magically delightful dog The labra-cadabra-dor's tricks amazed the audience.
Bloodhound /ˈblʌd.haʊnd/ A breed known for its strong sense of smell The bloodhound tracked the scent effortlessly.
Receiver /rɪˈsiː.vər/ Device that receives signals or information The receiver connected seamlessly to the TV.
Aware /əˈwɛər wʊlf/ Conscious or mindful The wolf was acutely aware of its surroundings.
Count on /kaʊnt ɒn/ Rely on or trust You can always count on your best friend.
Tags a whale /tæɡz ə weɪl/ Attaches a marker to a whale for identification The marine biologist tags a whale for research purposes.
Trombone /ˈtrɒm.boʊn/ Brass instrument with a sliding tube The musician played a beautiful melody on the trombone.
Stupid /ˈstuː.pɪd/ Lacking intelligence or common sense It's unwise to dismiss complex problems as stupid.
Chase /ʧeɪs/ Pursue in order to catch or catch up with The dog loves to chase after squirrels in the park.
Parked /pɑrkt/ Stationary, not moving The parked car remained untouched for hours.
Higher /ˈhaɪ.ər/ At or to a greater distance, amount, or level The plane flew higher than the mountains.
Watch dogs /wɒtʃ dɒɡz/ Dogs trained to guard and protect a property Watch dogs ensure security in the neighborhood.
Meditate /ˈmɛd.ɪ.teɪt/ Focus one's mind for relaxation or spiritual purposes People often meditate to find inner peace.
Delightful /dɪˈlaɪt.fəl/ Highly pleasing or enjoyable The garden was filled with delightful flowers.
Wag /wæɡz/ Move eg dog tail from side to side in excitement The dog wags its tail when happy.
Chuckle /ˈʧʌk.l̩/ Laugh quietly or to oneself She couldn't help but chuckle at the funny story.
Essence /ˈɛs.əns/ The basic or most important quality of something The essence of a good meal lies in its flavors.
Nuances /nuːˈɑːnsɪz/ Subtle variations or distinctions in meaning Translators must be aware of the nuances in language.
Appreciate /əˈpriː.ʃi.eɪt/ Recognize the value or significance of something We should appreciate the efforts of those around us.
Unveiled /ʌnˈveɪld/ Revealed or disclosed The artist unveiled a stunning masterpiece.
Majestic /məˈdʒɛs.tɪk/ Having grandeur, beauty, or dignity The mountain range looked majestic against the sunset.
Intricate /ˈɪn.trɪ.kət/ Complicated or detailed The clock's intricate mechanism fascinated him.
Bewildered /bɪˈwɪl.dərd/ Confused or puzzled The complex instructions left him bewildered.
Enchanting /ɪnˈtʃæn.tɪŋ/ Delightfully charming or captivating The enchanting melody filled the room.
Mesmerized /ˈmɛz.mə.raɪzd/ Captivated or fascinated The audience was mesmerized by the performance.
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