It's a lot of fun making people laugh while giving a speech.
I'd rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints.
This is your responsibility. It's not the kind of thing you can laugh off.
You may think you are clever, but you cannot laugh at me because of that.
The young man who has not wept is a savage, and the old man who will not laugh is a fool.
No matter where you live, you would find it difficult not to laugh at, say, Charlie Chaplin's early films.
My companions were watching me in silence and, unlike other times when my wonder had made them laugh, they remained serious.
What made the comedian's audience laugh so uncontrollably that night was a convenient nitrous oxide leak.
In the same way, a Russian might fail to see anything amusing in a joke which would make an Englishman laugh to tears.
Anyone in need of a good laugh should read the Simple English version of the Wikipedia article on brackets.
Laugh as much as you like; I'll stick to my plan to the bitter end.
That which the Russians can only laugh at, the Europeans can take seriously.
To hear her laugh, you'd take her for a young girl.
The film made us laugh, but it was not really exciting to watch.
Inglés palabrarisa"(laugh) ocurre en conjuntos:Vocabulario B1: Entertainment and Media 1/4Fichas del libro - "Wanda, Vol. 3 (of 3)" (Ouida)Fichas del libro - "The Phantom Herd" (B. M. Bower)Fichas del libro - "Sea Garden" (Hilda Doolittle)Fichas del libro - "Ann and her Mother" (O. Douglas)