The Labour leader put on quite the show during a speech at the Alive and Kicking Club in Springburn, Glasgow.
Mr Corbyn said his job was to ask the government ‘fairly normal questions’ about what will happen to NHS hospitals when the UK leaves the EU.
He then launched into Johnson’s response, putting on a ‘Boris Johnson’ voice which drew laughs and a round of applause from the audience.
The event was part of the Labour leaders three-day trip to Scotland before parliament resumes in Westminster on Tuesday September 3.
He told the crowd next week is the ‘last chance’ to stop a no-deal Brexit and repeated promises to do all that he could within the tight time frame.
He said: ‘Yes, it is the chance and we will do absolutely everything we can to prevent a no-deal Brexit and the Prime Minister taking us into the hands of Donald Trump and a trade deal with the USA.
‘That is the real agenda of the Prime Minister.
‘There is a lot of work being done in preparation for next Tuesday.’
Parliament reconvenes for just six days after the summer recess ends.
Johnson insists the move was to allow the government to hold a Queen’s Speech and outline an ‘exciting’ agenda for the future.
But critics say his intention is to stop MPs from plotting against him to stop a no-deal Brexit.
A cross-party group of MPs are hoping to force Mr Johnson to ask the EU for an extension to the deadline if a deal is not agreed in time, while Jeremy Corbyn said that he would call a vote of no-confidence at the appropriate moment.
But Boris has warned Mps not to block his plans, as the more they try to stop a no-deal the ‘more likely it is we will end up in that situation.’