Humour and mood (B1)
Spanish writing exercise

El humor y el estado de ánimo

Estrella loves watching fun shows to have a good time. In this exercise you'll practise relatives, "cuando" followed by the indicative/subjunctive, the position of pronouns, and superlatives.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "antidote", "miserable", "hilarious", "laughter (act of laughing)", and "disease".

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Humour is the best antidote against sadness. When I feel miserable, I put on a stand-up show which is called The Comedy Club. I laugh a lot with Eva Hache, David Guapo and other comedians. They tell hilarious jokes and I forget my sorrows. I want there to be more of these shows with more famous comedians because laughter is a natural antidepressant which serves as a treatment for various diseases of our times.

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