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The 10 better English tongue-twisters in improving your articulation

In addition to the best series in Netflix to learn English in 2018, the English tongue-twisters in or €œtongue twisters€, of universal and intercultural character, is a perfect resource to learn English, since they constitute an excellent way to become familiar with the different sounds, the vocabulary and the syntactic structures of a language.

They are a memory exercise, since they must be always pronounced without looking nor reading in no document (in serious; you are not deceived out of the corner of the eye same throwing a look to them€¦). They serve to practice the correct articulation of own phonemes of the language, as well as to take speed at the time of expressing itself and, in addition, they favor the fluidity and the rapidity of reading. All of them aspects essential to improve the articulation of the English (that sight that resists to us€¦).

In this article we presented some to you of the best English tongue-twisters in improving the articulation that will cause that you learn English of simple and pleasant form. Preparation? Because let us put to you on approval!

 

English tongue-twister in practicing the /W/ sound

The tongue-twister at issue: €œWhether to weather sees fine or whether to weather sees not. Whether to weather sees cold or whether to weather sees hot. We'll to weather to weather to whether we like it or not€.

Meaning: €œIf the time is or or if the time we are not it, if the time is cold or if the time is hot, we are going to heave the weather likes or not€.

Why it is useful east tongue-twister in English: Since practically the sound of the /W/ letter is not used in our vocabulary, more complex for the students is from English, who often would wish that she disappeared of the map. As in English it is used much this consonant and its articulation depend on the letters that accompany it, is always good for resorting to tongue-twister to practice its articulation. In order to pronounce or words as €œWood€, €œWool€ or €œWoman€ we recommended this video to you that will clarify many differences to you. It applies the positive message of this tongue-twister, which animates to you to heave the weather independent of the circumstances. You can!

 

English tongue-twister in practicing the /S/ sound

The tongue-twister at issue: €œMoses supposes his toeses plows roses, but Moses supposes erroneously. Moses there am knowses his toeses aren't roses, ace Moses supposes his toeses to sees€.

Meaning: €œMois©s supposes that the fingers of their foot are pink, but Mois©s supposes erroneously. Mois©s knows that the fingers of their foot are not pink, like Mois©s supposes that there are to be the fingers of his foot€.

Why it is useful east tongue-twister in English: This tongue-twister will serve you to practice all the functionalities of the /S/ sound. In order to take advantage of to the maximum the suppositions Mois©s, we add a video to you of the classic one of Gene Kelly €œSinging under rain€ so that you see how each of them is pronounced. If you do not obtain that it leaves the tongue-twister to you, you will be seeing good cinema at least.

 

English tongue-twister in practicing the /TH/ sound

The tongue-twister at issue: €œI thought to thought. But the thought I thought wasn't the thought I thought I thought. If the thought I thought I thought had been the thought I thought, I wouldn't have thought under much€.

Meaning: €œI thought a thought. But the thought seemed to me that it was not the thought that I thought. If thought that I thought that it thought had been the thought that I thought, it would not have thought so much€.

Why it is useful east tongue-twister in English: In order to vocalize correctly you have it to pronounce the /Z/ sound supporting the language on the teeth. Do it fast because if you think it to you too much will come out to you well! (No, in serious, as you pronounce it slowly you lose yourself without remedy in the middle of phrase). This video will help you in this way.

 

English tongue-twister in practicing the /I/ sound

The tongue-twister at issue: €œI love where I live, under I don't want to leave€.

Meaning: €œIt enchants to me where alive, so I do not want to go to me€.

Why it is useful east tongue-twister in English: /I/ is the vowel of the English who more costs to us to pronounce to the speakers of Spanish. The reason is not other that in the Spanish we only have a /I/ sound, whereas the English count with two: the /I/ cuts (that is brief, and /I is pronounced as if it was one €˜e€™) and: /it releases (that is as the €˜Castilian i€™ but is had to vocalize during a greater period of time). The previous tongue-twister is very simple but it will serve you to practice this sound that as much resists to us.

 

English tongue-twister in practicing the /H/ sound

The tongue-twister at issue: €œJovial Harold is but there am hates helping judy with to her japanese homework€.

Meaning: €œHarold is jovial but he hates to help to Judy with his duties of Japanese€.

Why it is useful east tongue-twister in English? The annoying €˜h€™ is another one of those English letters that more problems usually give us. Unlike the Spanish it is had to pronounce, but with smoothness and tenderness, not as much as so that it sounds as a €˜j€™. In order to avoid those €œjelous€ that give other people's shame, the trick is to clean the glasses to you. Yes, as you hear it: that slight aspiration that beams when throwing the breath will give the €œperfect English h you€.

 

English tongue-twister in practicing the /P/ sound

The tongue-twister at issue: €œPeter Piper picked to peck of pickled peppers. To peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked. If Peter Piper picked to peck of pickled peppers, Where's the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked€.

Meaning: €œPeter Piper pecked a small piece of sharp pepper. A small piece of sharp pepper Peter Piper pecked. If Peter Piper pecked a small piece of sharp pepper, where it is the small piece of sharp pepper that Peter Piper pecked€.

Why it is useful east tongue-twister in English? It is very common to think that in English /p/ he pronounces himself of the same form that in Castilian, but is not thus. In English, /p/ has an inhaled sound and Ê°/imagines with the /p phoneme. In order to be able to reproduce the sound you can try to pronounce it with the hand in front of the mouth and to notice the amount of air that you use. So that Peter Piper does not peck the moral to you, we left this video you so that you see how he is vocalized.

 

English tongue-twister in practicing the /SH/ sound or/ʃ/

The tongue-twister at issue: €œFresh fried fish, fresh fried fish, fresh fried fish, fresh fried fish€.

Meaning: €œFished fried fresh, fried fish fresh, fresh fried fish, fried fish fresh€.

Why it is useful east tongue-twister in English: In addition to practicing your labia in case someday you see yourself working in a seafood market, this typical tongue-twister of the language of Shakespeare will help you to correctly pronounce and mainly to differentiate the sounds/ʃ/and €˜s€™ (the one that we used when commanding to be silent: shhhhhhh) is had to vocalize with the language stuck to the palate; whereas in the /S/ sound the language has to be placed behind the teeth (as the €˜Castilian s€™).

 

Difficult tongue-twisters in English for most experienced

  • The tongue-twister at issue: €œThree witches watch three Swatch watches. Which witch watches which Swatch watch€.

    Meaning: €œThree sorceresses look at three Swatch clocks. What trims sight that clock€.

  • The tongue-twister at issue: €œHow many cookies could to good cook cook If to good cook could cook cookies? To good cook could cook ace much cookies ace to good cook who could cook cookies€.

    Meaning €œHow many could cakes cook a good cook if a good cook could cook cakes? A good cook could cook so many cakes as a good cook who could cook cakes€.

  • The tongue-twister at issue: €œThe sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick€.

    Meaning: €œThe sixth ewe of the sixth ill sheik is ill€.

Why these tongue-twisters in English are useful: If you like the challenges these are your tongue-twisters. In addition to practicing sounds of the English, they will be a challenge with which you will be able to fardar in front of your friendly and if the beams good to affirm that you are everything an expert in the language.

 

Tongue-twister for children in English

  • The tongue-twister at issue: €œI wish you were to fish in my dish. It sees fish in my dish, please€.

    Meaning: €œIt would wish that you were a fish in my plate. It is a fish in my plate, please€.

  • The tongue-twister at issue: €œWhy do you cry, Willy? Why do you cry? Why, Willy€.

    Meaning: €œWhy you cry Willy? Why you cry? Why, Willy€.

  • The tongue-twister at issue: €œChester Cheetah chews to chunk of cheap cheddar cheese€.

    Meaning: €œChester Cheetah chewed a piece of cheese cheap cheddar€.

  • The tongue-twister at issue: €œI scream, You scream, They scream, for We all scream an hoists cream€.

    Meaning: €œI shout, you you shout, they shout, all we shouted by an ice cream€.

Why these tongue-twisters in English are useful: These short tongue-twisters deceive more than it seems. If you are professor, you have children, brothers, nephews, you will need many resources in your day to day to be the favorite of you sin them. For the lovers of the cheese, the key of famous Chester Cheetah is to remember that in English the /e/ vowel it has different articulation if is simple or double and according to the letter that goes next. These simple tongue-twisters in English will obtain that the children practice different sounds in English as the /S/ sound, the /W/ sound, the sound /S/ and /EA/ and, in addition, will learn them amusing itself. And on the other hand, to whom you want to deceive?  You also want an ice cream and by all means you want to return to be young. You also Practice le±e!

 

 

We hope that the language with our selection of tongue-twister to learn is not had to you joined English. However, we must remember you that although the tongue-twisters are very useful resources to improve your articulation, this especially continues being the aspect of the language that resists to us more, the Spaniards. As all learning, it requires of a process and a guide step by step to be able to get to dominate it. In the classes of English of That €˜s Cool Education we will give the bases, the keys and the tricks you that will make you pronounce as a true English Lord. Debates and practices including. Of course in our academy you are not going away to escape and to stop putting your English 😉 on approval