Here’s a classic English tongue twister that gets you to practice your “s“, “z” and “sh” sounds. It’s particularly good practice for native Spanish and Polish speakers. She sells seashells by the seashore. (Repeat x3)
Here’s another classic English tongue twister that gets you to practice your “y” and “l” sounds. It’s particularly good practice for native Spanish speakers. Red lorry, yellow lorry. (Repeat x4)
One of the most difficult sounds for learners of English to pronounce is the the sound “th”, as in the word “thin”. This sound doesn’t exist in French, Italian or German. What did you think of the new theatre? I … Continue reading
Here’s a tongue twister that will have your tongue in knots. It gets you to practise your “sh” sound. Not easy for Spanish speakers! Fresh fried fish, fish fresh fried, fish fried fresh, fresh fish fried! Listen, repeat and keep … Continue reading
Here’s a short but difficult tongue twister that is not as easy as it looks. It gets you to practise making a difference between your ‘s’ and ‘th’ sound. A big challenge for native French speakers! Thirty-six thick silk threads. … Continue reading
Here’s another tongue twister that gets you to practise your “ch” and “k” sounds. It’s more diificult than you think. I saw a kitten eating chicken in the kitchen. Listen, repeat and keep practising until you master it!