To laugh one's head off ("Rire comme une baleine", literally "to laugh like a whale")

Idioms

Yesterday evening at the movies "we laughed like whales" from start to finish! So, "to laugh like a whale" means...

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Lesson "Rire comme une baleine"

Expression idiomatique


Exercise n°1

Help : Dites si l'expression "Rire comme une baleine" est bien utilisée.


Question n°1

Proposition Vrai Faux
Cet humoriste est si gros qu'on dirait qu'il rit comme une baleine!
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Question n°2

Proposition Vrai Faux
Cet humoriste est si drôle qu'on a ri comme des baleines lors de son dernier spectacle!
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Question n°3

Proposition Vrai Faux
Rire comme une baleine une fois par jour est bon pour la santé!
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