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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Practice the following Tongue Twisters slowly, clearly and loudly. Remove this:-- ( It helps us to overcome the influence of our mother tongue(s) and helps us to improve our accent) -- and, type this: "It serves two purposes: It helps us to overcome our mother tongue influence and makes us speak with a clear, good accent".  It is also helpful to those who have speech difficulties.


Practice the following Tongue Twisters slowly, clearly and loudly.  It helps us to overcome the influence of our mother tongue(s) and helps us to improve our accent.  It is also helpful to those who have speech difficulties. 

She sold six shabby sheared sheep on ship.

Three thugs thrashed thoughtlessly through the thickness.

Sasha sews slightly slashed sheets shut.

She should shun the shining sun.

Shy shelly says she shall sew sheets.

Todd told Terry that Tom taught Tammy that two toes that talked were better than two toes that told Todd and Terry.

Six sheepish sheep just shaved their six sheepish legs.

Dick kicks sticky bricks.

New York is unanimously universally unique.

A driver drives a driver’s driven car for taking test drive.

Father Francis from France fried five fresh fish for five friends from France.

Shelly sold seashells on the seafloor to buy some seashells on the other side of the seafloor.

Fanny the fabulous fairy flew to the fantastic fantasy land.

Purple people purchased purple paper.

Sheena leads and Sheila kneads.

Jade jizzed on Liz while Liz  jizzed on Jade.

The minx mixed a medicine mixture.

Miss Smith lisps as she talks and lists as she walks.

The bottom of the butter bucket is the buttered bucket.

The best breath test tests breath better.

The bleak breeze blights the brightly blooming blossom.

The fuzzy Bee buzzed the busy black bumblebee.

This is the sixth zebra snoozing thoroughly.

There was a minimum of cinnamon in the aluminum pan.

There goes one tough rough top cop.

Sweet sagacious Sally Sanders said she sure saw seven segregated seaplanes sailing swiftly southward.

A small swatch watch sample.

Thirty-three thirsty thundering thoroughbreds thumped Mr. Thurber.

They have left the thrift-shop, and lost both their theater tickets and the volume of valuable licenses and coupons for free theatrical frills and thrills.

Wow! Race winners really want red wine right away.

X-mas wrecks perplex and vex.

Zizz’s zippy zipper zips.

Get grandma great greek grapes.
Peggy babcook and Piggy peacock.

Green glass grass gleams.

You know New York, you need unique New York.

A one half-inch insulin syringe cinched the singing Sammy.

A central ice crystal’s six similar sides.

Pronunciation Key:

1.    If the ‘s’ comes after D, it is ‘z’ sound: Suds(z).

2.    To pronounce ‘w’, round your lips.

3.    To pronounce ‘th’, put your tongue between your teeth.

4.    To pronounce ‘v’, the lower lip should go under the upper teeth.

5.    Pronounce ‘D’ with a ‘T’ sound.
Examples: Mixed(t), washed(t), thrashed(t), etc. (there are   exceptions)

      6. ‘Z’ sounds: Goes(z), thrills(z), As(z), etc. (there are   exceptions)

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