which words in these sentences are used as puns?
[an English teacher] [is like a judge] [in that] [she hands out] [long] [sentences].
[A man's home] [in his] [castle], [in a] [manor] [of ] [speaking].
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Sentences(literal sentences and also like sentencing someone to punishment)
Manor(Manor, meaning big house, and also manner like a manner of speaking)
so the words are, she hands out, castle, is like a judge, and manor?
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No. Okay. So basically if you were to say a pun out loud, you'd put more emphasis on one word.
In the first example, you'd say "An English teacher is like a judge in that she hands out long SENTENCES" (hold for laughter). Sentences are used by both judges and typing sentences.
Second example, "A man's home in his castle, in a MANOR of speaking." Manor/Manner are separate words that both tie into the sentence.
So Manor and Sentences would be your answers