tongue twisters

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    Tongue twisters

    Listening to tongue twisters is one way to improve your English pronunciation. It's very difficult to say tongue twisters in English so don't worry if you can't do it very well at first, just have fun!

  • Listen to the tongue twister and practise saying it. How fast can you say it?
    "Greek grapes, Greek grapes, Greek grapes..."

  • Listen to this tongue twister, and practise saying it.
    "I scream you scream we all scream for ice cream..."

  • Listen to the tongue twister and practise saying it. How fast can you say it?
    "She sells sea shells by the sea shore."

  • Listen to the tongue twister and practise saying it. How fast can you say it?
    "Kitty caught the kitten in the kitchen."

  • Listen to the tongue twister and practise saying it. How fast can you say it?
    "Eleven owls licked eleven little liquorice lollipops."

  • Listen to the tongue twister and practise saying it. How fast can you say it?

  • Listen to the tongue twister and practise saying it. How fast can you say it?
    "Zebras zig and zebras zag."

  • Listen to the tongue twister and practise saying it. How fast can you say it?
    "If two witches were watching two watches, which witch would watch which watch?"

  • Listen to the tongue twister and practise saying it. How fast can you say it?
    "The big bug bit the little beetle, but the little beetle bit the big bug back."

  • Listen to the tongue twister and practise saying it. How fast can you say it?
    "Red lorry, yellow lorry."

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