In a competition for control between laughter and breathing and speaking, laughter always wins, says a neuroscientist. Neil and Tim discuss the dangers of laughter and teach you some related words.
This week’s question:
How many times a day the average adult laughs? Is it…
b) 70 or
Listen to the programme to find out the answer.
a loud laugh that you can’t control
laugh your head off
laugh very loudly for a long time
to stop breathing because something is blocking your throat
the sheet of muscle separating your lungs from your stomach
having difficulty breathing
Sursa: BBC Learning English