25 Tongue Twisters to Practice Clear ENGLISH Pronunciation | English Vocabulary & Pronunciation





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Published on Dec 2, 2018

In this lesson, we will review 25 ENGLISH TONGUE TWISTERS to practice pronunciation more clearly and accurately.


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welcome back everybody good to see you if it's your first time welcome to English vocabulary and pronunciation where three times per week we have a new video that helps you to improve your English language communication skills sometimes
vocabulary sometimes pronunciation sometimes descriptions verb tense adjectives everything that can help you be a better English speaker so today's topic something a little different thought up a try is tongue twisters 25 tongue twisters to practice pronunciation so sometimes certain sounds are difficult to pronounce and it's important to build muscle memory in your mouth so that you can speak clearly so that you're understood when you are trying to communicate you might have an
accent and you want to soften that accent to speak more clearly and more accurately so today we're going to review 25 tongue twisters so remember speak slowly and clearly and what I will do is read the phrase first and then I want you to repeat the phrase after me very simple are you ready so here we go. unique New York unique New York say that so it repeat after me three free-throws three free-throws red leather yellow leather red leather yellow leather rubber baby buggy bumpers red blood blue blood red blood blue blood she sells seashells on the seashore she sells seashells on the seashore a proper copper coffee pot a proper copper coffee pot Betty bought butter but the butter was bitter comical economists comical economists Swiss wristwatches Swiss wristwatches Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers she should shun the shining Sun she should shun the shining Sun the big black oh the big black back break broke badly the big beautiful blue balloon burst a shapeless sash sag slowly smelly shoes and socks shocked sisters shave a single shingle thin cinnamon aluminum linoleum New York is unanimously universally unique cooks cook cupcakes quickly Flores freshly fried fish a bragging Baker baked black bread by blue blueberry biscuits before bedtime she sold six shabby sheared sheep on
ship these thousand tricky tongue twisters trip thrillingly off the tongue a router right great job great job very very good now this is what I want to do I'm just going to show you these twenty five phrases again I'm not gonna say anything I'm not going to speak or demonstrate I just want you to read look at the phrase speak slowly speak clearly and try these on your own without my help so this is really good practice to get better at clear pronunciation so it's your turn to practice without my help remember speak clearly and slowly slowly and clearly okay ready
here we go right our rights mm-hmm how'd you do how did you do these are really good for practicing so go back and watch it again or practice the ones that you maybe you had trouble with it's really important not just to know the words and to have a vocabulary but to also improve pronunciation if you have an accent you
want to soften that accent so that people can understand you more clearly so that you have the proper pronunciation of words and sometimes that takes practice by using the different sounds the th sound and the SH sound and the CL sound GL sound there's a lot of different sounds that kind of get mushed together and they don't come out sounding very clear so as you continue to improve your English overall ability pronunciation and doing tongue twisters is one of those things can that can really help you so again if you like this video please hit the like button I do about three new videos per week that are designed to help you improve your vocabulary your pronunciation and overall understanding of English so please remember to like and subscribe if you find this channel useful share it with other people that it might be helpful for and until next time we'll see you later hope you have a great day thanks for watching bye bye. Thanks for watching. You're the best! Keep practicing!


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