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    ana2005 is offline Junior Member
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    Default laugh at or laugh with?

    Which of these is correct? Or are both correct but have different meanings?

    a) I love Jim Carrey. I always laugh with the faces he makes.
    b) I love Jim Carrey. I always laugh at the faces he makes.

    Thanks for your help

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    Default Re: laugh at or laugh with?

    b? laugh at

    is the correct answer.

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