Fun with Malapropism

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What's a Malaprop?

"It is the mistaken use of a word in place of a similar-sounding one, often with unintentionally amusing effect, as in, for example, “dance a flamingo ” (instead of flamenco )."

This pack has more than 170 Malaprops that are fun, challenging and great for learning about correct English. Many of the Malaprops include common mistakes that English speakers make.

Translating what the speaker was meaning needs some hard thinking in some cases.

An answer key is provided at the end.

This pack is part of an ongoing humour series which also includes:
Yeah Right - Sarcasm
Clowns and Slapstick
All About Satire
That's Very Punny

Teachers could also get all four packs for the price of only three by investing in the entire Comedy Fun Bundle

Note: This pack on Malaprops is not part of the Comedy Fun Bundle.

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Total Pages
29
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Teaching Duration
1 Week

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Fun with Malapropism
Fun with Malapropism
Fun with Malapropism
Fun with Malapropism