I decided that this week will be full of laughing. Thus I have another article for you about jokes. Enjoy

1.

A Spanish speaking bandit held up a bank in Tucson. The sheriff and his deputy chased him. When they captured him, and the sheriff, who couldn’t speak Spanish, asked him where he’d hidden the money. “No sé nada,” he replied.
The sheriff put a gun to the bandit’s head and said to his bi-lingual deputy: “Tell him that if he doesn’t tell us where the money is right now, I’ll blow his brains out.”
Upon receiving the translation, the bandit became very animated. “¡Ya me acuerdo! Tienen que caminar tres cuadras hasta ese gran arbol: allí está el dinero.”
The sheriff leaned forward. “Yeah? Well..?”
The deputy replied: “He says he wants to die like a man.”
2.

A person who speaks two languages is bilingual… A person who speaks three languages is trilingual… A person who speaks four or more languages is multilingual.
What is a person who speaks one language?
An American.

3.
A New Russian in a duty free shop: “Do you speak English?”

Seller answers: “Yes, I do!”
New Russian: Marlboro!

4.

Two translators on a ship are talking.
“Can you swim?” asks one.
“No” says the other, “but I can shout for help in nine languages.”

5.

A Dutch tourist driving through northern Spain loses his way and approaches two policemen for directions:
“Do you speak English?”
¿Qué?
“Parlez-vous français?”
¿Qué?
“Sprechen Sie Deutsch?”
¿Qué?
Finally, the tourist gives up and drives away. One of the policemen turns to the other and says: “Those Dutch are really something, look at all the languages they speak. It makes me feel like learning a foreign language.”
“What for?” his partner answers. “That guy speaks all those languages and what good does it do him?
Bonus: video: Do you speak emglish by BBC. It is very funny.

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