Tongue twister

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Welcome to one minute English. Today I want to teach you a “tongue twister”. What is a “tongue twister?” A “tongue” is this (speaker referring to something) and “twist” the verb is this (speaker referring to something). A “tongue twister” is a sentence or sentences that are very difficult to say but is very useful for pronunciation.

 

This is the “tongue twister” – “she sells seashells by the seashore, the shells that she sells are seashells I am sure”. If you can practise this every day it is very good for your pronunciation. Repeat after me – “she sells seashells by the seashore, the shells that she sells are seashells I am sure”. Practise that and when you are really fast you can say it like this – (speaker says the phrase fast) “she sells seashells by the seashore, the shells that she sells are seashells I am sure”. Phew that is pretty tiring.

 

I am going to go and have a rest, see you later.

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