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Tongue Twisters

Tongue Twisters

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Common uncommon tongue twisters
Common uncommon tongue twisters

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Tongue twisters .

He got ticked off for not wearing a tie. Last Luck Learn Lad Led Lake Lid Lie The last time I was led to the lake. Dark Duck Dirt Dan Dead Date Dick Dean Dick. . Task Tuck Turn Tan Ted Take Tick Tea My task for tea was to buy some tuck. look at this lout. The lad was lying by the lake learning his lines with his eyes wide open. Ted turned up with his skin tanned black. now he is lusting to loot me. I was lucky. Tie Die No ducks died that night and they returned empty handed with their clothes all dirty.Loot Look Loan My Lord. Dan and Dean went out in the dark to shoot dead some ducks. Lord Lust Lout I loaned him some money.

peaked and hungry waiting to eat pie. His neighbor who lived at the edge of the bay came out to bicker with him for being too noisy. After eating his pie Puck paid him off with a pearl Bark Buck Burn Bud Bed Bay Bicker Beep The dog barked . Just then a waiter with a pad and a pen arrived. Then he saw the forest burn….Nasty Nuncle Nerd Nab Ned Nail Nick Knee Night My uncle was a nasty nerd.Bud got out of his bed and pressed his horn. . "beep". He nabbed my friend Nick that night and nailed him to the wall with his knee. Park Puck Pearl Pad Pen Pay Pick Peak Pie Puck sat in the park.

She kicked at it then remembered she'd left the kettle on. Cart Cut Cur Cat Kettle Kick Keen Kite Kate jumped over the cart keen to see the kite. Guard Gut Girth Gap Get Gate Gig Greet Glide Through the gap in the gate the guard saw the crowd at the gig glide by and greet each other. cut across her path. They were laughing their guts out. .Mama Muck Merlin Mad Medal May Mickey Me My Merlin was a mad magician. The cat chasing a cur. their girth shivering with delight. She said I may as well throw it in the muck. MY mama looked at it and said he'd made a Mickey out of me. One day he gave me a medal saying it was gold.

Phyllis didn't eat a bit of the beets.  Feeling ill or feeling well.Vowel Tongue Twister Practice: Twisters with "i" and "ee"  Bumblebees briefly buzzed beneath the bins of beans. and really ripped her raincoat. and tiny little creepers.  Treena tripped on the tree root. sleepers.  Tins of tiny sardines filled the field. Phil will hardly ever tell Feeling full.  She sells slippers. .

 When she put it in her batter. /I/.• Vowel sounds //. //. the butter made her batter better.  “If I put it in my batter. /a/. but she said “This butter’s bitter. she bought some better butter. //  Betty Botter bought some butter. better than the bitter butter.”  So. it will make my batter bitter. //. .

• Gnats are not now gnawing on the nuts at night. . Practice with /iy/ and /I/ • The sheep on the ship slipped on the sheet of sleet. /a/. /ay/. /aw/. //. • The keen king kissed the quick queen on her green ring. //.Practice with vowel sounds //.

 I know that’s not the note that Noel wrote. and /aw/  /ay/ Quite nice white mice  /aw/ How now brown cow  /y/ The spoiled boy foiled the coy boy’s joy by purloining his toy.Practice with diphthongs /ay/. /y/. Practice with /ow/  Joe told a joke he wrote on his own.  The coat from the coast cost more than most .

lip and lap. rip. green trees. rap. Loose. tap. Tip. Those threads the two tikes tied are tight. . That tike ties together three threads. Tip and tap. These teas aren't those teas. lap. This tike ties threads together twice. leafy lettuce reminds me of really pretty. • Twisters with "r" and "l" The rickety ladder rattled right and left before it crashed through the glass.• Consonant Tongue Twisters Exercise • Twisters with "t" and "th" Those toes aren't these toes. lip. rip and rap. Rotten lettuce really reeks.

I wish her well forevermore. trickety trackety truck.  Feely filly fay. clickety clackety cluck. freely frilly fray. reapy rippy ray. Tongue Twisters For S T C F L  Snickety snackety snuck.  A shout from the south woke the sleeping sherriff.Twisters with "s" and "sh"  She's so sick. leapy lippy lay. and she's so sore. .

P. ." Bring those lips down hard. M. and sharply for B.• Tongue Twisters For: B. made a big black bear bleed. For the W. pucker the lips. and W • These consonants demand ACTIVE LIPS! Say "Boom". P. Explode that "b. • FOR B: A big black bug bit a big black bear. • FOR M: Military malarkey makes monstrous madmen into maligned martyrs. M. quick. where is the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked. If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. • FOR P: Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.

• Th (thing) and TH(thou) • Touch the tip of the tongue to the rim of the upper teeth. • FOR TH: Theophilus Thistle. sifted a sieve of unsighted thistles. The tongue tip should protrude ever so slightly. the thistle sifter. If Theophilus the thistle sifter sifted a sieve of unsifted thistles. where is the sieve of sifted thistles Theophilus the thistle sifter sifted? • What dost thou think of those that go thither? .

For Moses knowses his toeses aren't roses as Moses supposes. • FOR WH: What whim led Whitey White to whittle near a wharf where a whale might wheel and whirl? . but Moses supposes amiss. • FOR Z: Moses supposes his toeses are roses.• FOR S: Suzy Schell sells sea shells on the seashore.

Non double bubble gum doesn't bubble double. • FOR L: Likeable Lillian loves lovely luminous aluminum linoleum. • FOR N: A snifter of snuff is enough snuff of a sniff for the snuff-sniffer.• FOR T: Thomas Tattertoot took taut twine to tie ten twigs to two tall trees. • FOR D: Double bubble gum bubbles double. . • FOR R: Around the rugged rock the ragged rascal ran.

• FOR F: I never felt felt feel Hat like that felt felt. where is the heel Harry Hugh hid? • FOR K: Cass Cash can catch a check cashier to cash his un-cashed check. singing singers sang winning songs. If Harry Hugh hid the heel behind the high hill. swinging. • FOR H: Harry Hugh hid the heel behind the high hill. • FOR NG: The ringing. . • FOR V: Vern Verve is well versed in very wordy verb verse.

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