Použití pojmu It'll be a laugh. ve větách.
The laugh that emanated from beneath the immacu lately swept brim was ripely ironical. They made no noise there was no chatter or laughter amongst them. In the lounge, Jack was laughing with Gina about something. The laughter subsided, laced with a few whispered jibes. Blomkvist looked self conscious, but he laughed too. The pathos of the enquiry made her want to laugh. Paolo Roberto laughed, a bubbling sort of laugh. Tangible, audible laughter, rich and satisfied. Hammersmith laughed, a coarse, butcher s laugh. There was a good deal of laughter that night. He laughed, heartily, at his own expense. He laughed and then turned serious again. The youth laughed, and so did Leverthal. Modig could not help laughing out loud. Then he started laughing involuntarily. Then Zalachenko roared with laughter. Everyone laughed except Blomkvist. All of a sudden Palmgren laughed. Tike shook his head and laughed. He laughed, buzzed, trum peted. Paolo Roberto laughed out loud. Paolo Roberto laughed again. Berger burst out laughing. Svensson laughed out loud. Berger gave a weak laugh. Zalachenko laughed again. She laughed at the name. There was laughter now. Redman wanted to laugh. Mimmi laughed out loud.