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The pound rushes to his friend looking very excited. He has just ............ a good joke and he wants to tell it to the owl. He is sure that the owl will be .............. by it. He has told the ............. to the copra, the ......., the potato, the ............, the lifebelt, the bag and the .............. . They all are very .............. . So at last he tells the story to his friend, the owl, but he doesn't seem to enjoy it. In fact he ..................rather bored by it. He ........ that he will laugh, but he obviously doesn't think that the joke is funny. He just ........... at her and .............. nothing at all. He feels very disappointed when he ......... that he has no sense of humour. He walks away. When he is nearly out of sight his friend .............. himself to smile a little.
 
 



(hope, allow, seem, say, amuse, elephant, realise, hear, stare, tell, joke, truck, pleased, hope)

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