The Hebrew class
Solomon and his wife Miriam join their shul's Hebrew Reading course. At the end of their first week, their teacher, Rabbi Bloom, goes over to Solomon and asks, "So tell me Solomon, what do you think of my Hebrew class?"
"It's not as bad as I thought it would be, rabbi," replies Solomon.
"What do you mean by that?" asks Rabbi Bloom.
"If I'm honest, rabbi, I must admit that I really only have to learn the first part of every Hebrew sentence."
"Why do you say that?" asks Rabbi Bloom.
"Because, as she always does, Miriam finishes all my sentences for me."