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TEACHER: Why is the room buzzing?
PUPIL: We're getting ready for the spelling bee.

TEACHER: Can you spell atrociously?
PUPIL: Sure, and I have the F to prove it.

Can you tell me one word that contains all six vowels?
Unquestionably.

Why did the A, E, O and U get in trouble?
For using vowel (foul) language.

What do you call two graphs?
A paragraph.

Why didn't the English student want to write poetry?
She heard that rhyme didn't pay.

What happened when the English class started writing poetry?
Things went from bad to verse.

What is the most mathematical part of speech?
The add verb.

How often do English teachers talk about grammar?
Noun then.

What part of English are boxers best at?
Punch-uation.

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