Categories Beginner Joke: The Desert This is a very short beginner children’s joke. Post author By Kendra Post date August 8, 2011 5 Comments on Joke: The Desert This is a very short beginner children’s joke. Read the original on Tom61 Want something easier? Du Chinese has a big catalog of easy HSK 1 and HSK 2 texts for ultra-beginners. There are quite a few free practice lessons, but CRP readers get 10% off on paid accounts using the discount code CRP10. CHECK IT OUT 沙漠 老师: “沙漠是一块又长又宽的地方，上面光光的，什么东西都不长。” 小学生: “老师，我明白了。我爸爸的秃头就是一片沙漠。” Show English translation » Teacher: “A desert is a long, wide place, its surface is very bright, and not a single thing grows there.” Primary School Student: “Teacher, I understand. My father’s bald head is a strip of desert.” Tags Jokes ← Children’s Stories: The Little Elephant that Wanted to Fly → Father and Son Don’t Get Along 5 replies on “Joke: The Desert” I found that page by a chance. How lucky I am I can’t express :). Great job! Page layout, texts, translations and the characters tips make your website just a perfect tool to learn! Very nice practice, please note that “光光的” means bare empty, “光” means shiny or very bright. Silly, deserts have plants and animals in there, and the father might have been bold but the student said that the head was like a desert so meaning there would be hair on the dad’s head. Are you kidding man? It is a children’s story, meant to funny. What is wrong with you 什么? THANKS KENDRA!!!!!!! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.