Love tongue twisters

do try this at home:

EN: He threw three free throws
FR : Les chaussettes de l’archiduchesse sont-elles sèches, archi-sèches ?
ES: Tres tristes tigres tragaban trigo en un trigal.
DE: Fischers Fritz fischt frische Fische, frische Fische fischt Fischers Fritz.

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Little fun fact: The mentioned “Tres tristes tigres tragaban trigo en un trigal.” is here a shibboleth (or a mark) to distinguish the dialect of the Ecuadorian Mountains from the dialect of the Coastal Plains




In Spanish, we have as well: “Pablito clavó un clavito. ¿Qué clavito clavó Pablito?” .

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Some more English tongue twisters:

She sells sea shells by the sea shore.
How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.




This topic reminds me of a funny video by Julie Nolke on YouTube - “English is dumb”

Can you understand this conversation?




She is awesome! That was a lot of boarder and tender in just one sentence .




Growing up, I had the extended versions!

Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers
A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked
If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers
Where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?

Betty Botter bought some butter
But she said the butter’s bitter
If I put it in my batter, it will make my batter bitter
But a bit of better butter will make my batter better
So ‘twas better Betty Botter bought a bit of better butter

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
He would chuck, he would, as much as he could, and chuck as much wood
As a woodchuck would if a woodchuck could chuck wood

Sally sells seashells by the seashore.
The shells she sells are seashells, I’m sure.

Here’s a couple more tongue twisters shared by @SKrausser!


25 Tongue Twisters Everyone Should Know

Funny tongue twisters are the cornerstone of many family road trips, recess games and annoying little brothers, and that is likely due to the near impossibility of perfect pronunciation. These phrases are made to force mispronunciation and confusion, but it is this purposeful manipulation that makes tongue twisters in Enghlish great for teaching proper pronunciation as well as excellent for good, old-fashioned family entertainment.


The Ultimate List of Funny Tongue Twisters For Adults

The key to practicing tongue twisters is to never take it too seriously and too have as much fun as possible. Here are some of our favorites:


The Classic Tongue Twister

You probably remember some of these classic tongue twisters from those days as a child, riding in the backseat of a car with your friends or siblings and pushing each other to say each three times fast or faster. While this is not an extensive list of classic funny tongue twisters, you can find more like them either here or here.

  1. Wordy Woodchuck –  How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? He would chuck, he would, as much as he could, and chuck as much wood as a woodchuck would if a woodchuck could chuck wood.
  2. Bear-ly Babbling – Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear. Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair. Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn’t very fuzzy, was he?
  3. Pete’s Pick – Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. Did Peter Piper pick a peck of pickled peppers? If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?
  4. Baker Blurb – Betty Botter had some butter, “But,” she said, “this butter’s bitter. If I bake this bitter butter, it would make my batter bitter. But a bit of better butter – that would make my batter better.” So she bought a bit of butter, better than her bitter butter, and she baked it in her batter, and the batter was not bitter. So ’twas better Betty Botter bought a bit of better butter.
  5. Sea Speak – She sells seashells by the seashore.
  6. Medical Mayhem – When a doctor doctors a doctor, does the doctor doing the doctoring doctor as the doctor being doctored wants to be doctored or does the doctor doing the doctoring doctor as he wants to doctor?


The Strange Tongue Twister

While part of the fun of tongue twisters is the nonsensical nature of the genre, the following selection is a little stranger than your typical twisters and offers some of the most challenging and funny tongue twisters in the English language. Can’t get enough? Try checking out more strange speaks on this cool site.

  1. Gobs of Gab – Gobbling gargoyles gobbled gobbling goblins.
  2. Spooky Story – Something in a thirty-acre thermal thicket of thorns and thistles thumped and thundered threatening the 3-D thoughts of Matthew the thug – although, theatrically, it was only the thirteen-thousand thistles and thorns through the underneath of his thigh that the thirty-year-old thug thought of that morning.
  3. Lucky Lick – Luke Luck likes lakes. Luke’s duck likes lakes. Luke Luck licks lakes. Luck’s duck licks lakes. Duck takes licks in lakes Luke Luck likes. Luke Luck takes licks in lakes duck likes.
  4. Marriage Mumble – Mary Mac’s mother’s making Mary Mac marry me. My mother’s making me marry Mary Mac. Will I always be so Merry when Mary’s taking care of me? Will I always be so merry when I marry Mary Mac?
  5. Easy Fleasy – Through three cheese trees, three free fleas flew. While these fleas flew, freezy breeze blew. Freezy breeze made these three trees freeze. Freezy trees made these trees’ cheese freeze. That’s what made these three free fleas sneeze.
  6. Baseball Blab – Bobby Bippy bought a bat. Bobby Bippy bought a ball. With his bat, Bob banged the ball. Banged it bump against the wall. But so boldly Bobby banged it. That he burst his rubber ball. “Boo!” cried Bobby. Bad luck ball. Bad luck Bobby, bad luck ball. Now to drown his many troubles, Bobby Bippy’s blowing bubbles.
  7. SeeSaw Spout – I saw a saw that could out saw any saw I ever saw saw. If you happen to see a saw that can out saw the saw I saw saw I’d like to see the saw you saw saw.
  8. Scary Berry – How many berries could a bare berry carry, if a bare berry could carry berries? Well, they can’t carry berries (which could make you very wary) but a bare berry carried is more scary!


The Fun Tongue Twister

While every tongue twister varies in difficulty and length, they are all meant to be fun. The following list of funny tongue twisters for adults is more focused on the fun and less on the length and difficulty. These tongue twisters should be fun for all ages. Find these and many others on sites like this.

  1. Uncanny Convo – Can you can a can as a canner can can a can?
  2. Fishing Mishap – There was a fisherman named Fisher who fished for some fish in a fissure. Till a fish with a grin, pulled the fisherman in. Now they’re fishing the fissure for Fisher.
  3. Which Witch – If two witches would watch two watches, which witch would watch which watch?
  4. Kooky Cookie – How many cookies could a good cook cook If a good cook could cook cookies? A good cook could cook as much cookies as a good cook who could cook cookies.
  5. Stinky Speak – A skunk sat on a stump and thunk the stump stunk, but the stump thunk the skunk stunk.
  6. Woodchuck Cousin – How much ground would a groundhog hog, if a groundhog could hog ground? A groundhog would hog all the ground he could hog if a groundhog could hog ground.
  7. Fabric Funny – Lesser leather never weathered wetter weather better.
  8. Hospital Haha – Nine nice night nurses nursing nicely.
  9. Dinner Doozy – I saw a kitten eating chicken in the kitchen.
  10. Tiny Shiny – Susie works in a shoeshine shop. Where she shines, she sits, and where she sits, she shines.
  11. Fish Your Wish – I wish to wish the wish you wish to wish, but if you wish the wish the witch wishes, I won’t wish the wish you wish to wish.


Try One of These Funny Tongue Twisters for Adults!

Despite the apparent difficulty of many tongue twisters, spouting them out is meant to be fun. Yes, they are challenging, and there are so many memories of your little brother using them to get on your nerves — but there are actually substantial benefits that come from extensive practice, including improving clarity of speech and diction. Ultimately, the strange and peculiar assonance and alliteration are a game that is meant to be enjoyed. So, take a breath, laugh and give any one of these funny tongue twisters a try.

MBDOU No. 1 "Firefly" - Tongue twisters and tongue twisters

Collection of Russian tongue twisters and tongue twisters

Tongue twisters appeared in ancient times. They have been modified, improved and exist in a variety of editions.

The pedagogical value of tongue twisters is obvious. They improve the work of the articulatory apparatus and help to overcome tongue-tied tongue, contribute to the development of clear and precise diction, train phonemic hearing.

Even the simplest tongue twisters, consisting of several words, are very difficult to pronounce very quickly and clearly. Sometimes nonsense turns out, which, by the way, is funny.

The tongue twister should be read to the child 2-3 times. Ask to repeat it.

Exercises for the development of speech
Su-su-su: we are afraid of the wasp (look at the fox).
Sy-sy-sy: the sting of a wasp (a fox's fluffy tail). nine0031 Se-se-se: give jelly to the wasp (we know the tale of the fox).

Li-li-li: ships in the blue sea (run aground).
La-la-la: the mast of the ship (there are fields in the book).
Le-le-le: nests on the rock (Cossack sits in the saddle).
Liu-lu-lu: I love mommy (straw bed).

La-la-la: sheer cliff (mother is waiting for business).
Lu-lu-lu: go around the rock (garbage on the floor).
Ly-ly-ly: (sat to the left of the rock).
Lo-lo-lo: there is an oar in the boat (the rider sat in the saddle).

As-as-as: the kids are running to the classroom (sweet pineapple). nine0031 Os-os-os: there are many wasps in the class (coconut on the table).
Us-us-us: Sasha loves mousse (the kid is not a coward at all).
Es-es-es: the sled goes to the forest (what is the weight of the bar?).
Ys-ys-ys: cats run from rats (Sonya, drink koumiss).

Al-al-al: we walked near the rocks (our dad was tired).
Ol-ol-ol: everyone sat down at the table (clean floor in the classroom).
Ul-ul-ul: a new chair broke (a rumble is heard in the hall).
Yl-yl-yl: Sanya was washing his ears (the tea had already cooled down).

Before proceeding to the rapid pronunciation of tongue twisters, the child must memorize the tongue twister. The pace of pronunciation accelerates gradually. nine0003

Fast tongue twisters

  • Senya and Sanya have mustaches.
  • Senya was carrying hay in the canopy.
  • The wasp does not have a mustache, do not have a mustache, but mustaches.
  • Mow, spit, while dew. Down with the dew and we are home.
  • Senya is carrying with a sleigh, Sonya is on a sleigh.
  • Dust flies across the field from the clatter of hooves.
  • The eighth stake was driven into the stockade.
  • They stomped and stomped, stomped to the poplar.
  • The woodpecker hollowed out the oak, but did not finish it. nine0066
  • In one, Klim, prick a wedge.
  • Malanya chattered milk, but did not blurt it out.

Clean tongues with difficult sounds

Then we move on to difficult sounds Sh, Zh, Shch, Ch, R. They will enter the child's speech much faster if you compose something like:

    Rya-rya-rya: scarlet dawn (let's feed the bullfinch).
  • Ryu-ryu-ryu: I draw the dawn (I will give toys).
  • Ri-ri-ri: speak clearly (bullfinches on the branches). nine0066
  • Ra-ra-ra: I have to go to school (children of our yard).
  • Re-re-re: games in the yard (we read to the kids).
  • Ro-ro-ro: light feather (bucket on the floor).
  • Ry-ry-ry: poems for children (chips for the game).
  • Ru-ru-ru: we entertain the kids (geese walk around the yard).
  • Ar-ar-ar: steam comes out of the pot (the patient has a fever).
  • Or-or-or: an argument broke out (we sweep the rubbish).
  • Ir-ir-ir: the commander builds the company (we will arrange a feast in the yard).
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    Then we select tongue twisters with the same sounds:

    • It's terrible for a bug to live on a bitch.
    • Hedgehog needs a beetle for dinner.
    • The snake is stingy, the hedgehog has hedgehogs.
    • Hurry, do not hesitate, run for a nut.
    • In the yard, in the courtyard in good health.
    • The weather got wet in our backyard.
    • The blunt-nosed pig rummaged through the whole yard.
    • Birdies are flying through three empty huts.
    • Masha and Glasha have whey from curdled milk. nine0066
    • On a black night, a black cat jumped into a black chimney.
    • Kvochka on a hummock, kvochka on a hummock.
    • I'm brushing a puppy with a brush, tickling his sides.
    • Forty mice were walking, carrying forty pennies. Two worse mice carried two pennies each.
    • Thirty-three fellows ate thirty-three pies, all with cottage cheese.
    • Osip yells. Arkhip is not far behind. Who will outsmart whom? Osip is hoarse, Arkhip is hoarse.
    • Forty forty stole peas, forty crows drove away forty. Forty eagles scared the crows, forty cows drove the eagles away. nine0066
    • Cuckoo bought a hood. The cuckoo put on a hood, how funny he is in a hood!

    Tongue twisters, tongue twisters

    -B- -B-
    Ba-ba-ba, ba-ba-ba- Mama, mama, out the pipe!
    Boo-boo-boo, boo-boo-boo- You buy me a pipe too!
    Be-be-be, be-be-be, I blew the trumpet.
    Ba-ba-ba, ba-ba-ba no longer need a pipe!
    Grandmother had a ram, he beat the drum briskly,
    And the butterflies danced under the grandmother's window.
    The hippopotamus opened his mouth, the hippopotamus asks for rolls. nine0031 ***
    - B- -B-
    Wee-wee-wee, wee-wee- Just don't tear too many of them!
    Vova sees from the window:
    A cow came up to the pond.
    And Vova frowned,
    He doesn't take his eyes off the pond:
    The cow will drink all the water-
    Where can I swim then?
    The girl, Varyushka, has lost her mittens.
    Two Valyushki helped look for Varya's mittens.
    Sparrow was rescued by the doctors and carried into the helicopter.
    The helicopter turned its propellers, agitated the grass with flowers.
    Water carrier was carrying water from the water supply. nine0031 ***
    Wah-wah-wah, wah-wah-wah, here is the tall grass.
    You-you-you, you-you-you are even above your head.
    Ve-ve-ve, ve-ve-ve cornflowers are visible in the grass.
    Woo-woo-woo, woo-woo-woo - Cornflower bouquet Narva.
    -G- -G-
    Ga-ha-ha, ha-ha-ha Do you want some pie, Galya?
    Gu-gu-gu, gu-gu-gu I can't eat them anymore.
    Gi-gi-gi, gi-gi-gi I don't need pies.
    Goo-goo-goo, goo-goo-goo and I can't either.
    Ha-ha-ha, ha-ha-ha where are both pies?
    Gi-gi-gi, gi-gi-gi we baked pies. nine0031 ***
    Ga-ha-ha - my leg hurts.
    Ge-ge-ge - bad leg.
    Gi-gi-gi - mom fries pies!
    Ge-ge-ge - forgot about the leg.
    Gu-gu-gu - running to the kitchen.
    Gi-gi-gi - good pies!....
    Gi-gi-gi, gi-gi-gi Gena, help your mother.
    Ha-ha-ha, ha-ha-ha my leg hurts.
    Gu-gu-gu, gu-gu-gu I can't wash the dishes.
    Gee-gi-gi, gi-gi-gi do not walk because of the leg.
    Gu-gu-gu, gu-gu-gu I can walk.
    Ha-ha-ha, ha-ha-ha, my leg doesn't hurt anymore.
    -D- -D-
    Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, don't go there, Vadim!
    Doo-doo-doo,doo-doo-doo- I'll go there anyway.
    Dee-dee-dee, dee-dee-dee- You're dressed, don't go!
    Yes-yes-yes, yes-yes-yes-Oh! Cold water!
    De-de-de, de-de-de-That's the trouble! Vadim, where are you?
    Dy-dy-dy, dy-dy-dy- Only heard from the water.
    Grandfather Danila shared a melon: slice-Dima, slice-Dina.
    Rain, rain, don't rain!
    Rain, rain, wait!
    Let me go to the house
    Grandfather gray-haired!
    Woodpecker, woodpecker is our friend
    Oak hammers like a chisel.
    Help us, uncle woodpecker,
    Build a house for the starlings.
    The woodpecker was chiseling the oak,
    Woodpecker chisels tree,
    Day-to-day chisels bark.
    Woodpecker heals ancient oak,
    Good woodpecker to oak love.
    Zhu-zhu-zhu, zhu-zhu-zhu
    A walrus came to the zoo.
    Ms. Ms., Ms. Ms.
    We were frightened of the walrus.
    Same, same, same, same
    Birds are sitting on a walrus.
    Zhu-zhu-zhu, zhu-zhu-zhu
    We approached the walrus closer. nine0031 Zhi-zh-zh, zh-zh-zh
    The walruses turned to us.
    Zhu-zhu-zhu, zhu-zhu-zhu
    The fish was thrown to the walrus.
    Zhi-zhi-zhi, zhi-zhi-zhi
    Very peaceful walruses.
    Zhi-zhi-zhi, zhi-zhi-zhi
    Walruses are not afraid at all.
    Golden, like bronze,
    A beetle circles around a rose
    And buzzes: "Zhu-zhu, zhu-zhu!
    I'm very friendly with roses!"
    A beetle, circling, buzzing over Zhora.
    Zhora is trembling from fear.
    Why is Zhora trembling so?
    The beetle is buzzing at all.
    Zhi-zh-zh, zh-zh-zh in our house floors.
    Zha-zha-zha, zha-zha-zha under me two floors.
    Ms. Ms. Ms. Ms. Ms. There are two floors above me.
    Same, same, same, same, what floor am I on?
    Zha-zha-zha-, zha-zha-zha here is a hedgehog at the hedgehog.
    Zhu-zhu-zhu, zhu-zhu-zhu somehow came to a hedgehog.
    Zhi-zhi-zhi-, zhi-zhi-zhi show me the hedgehog.
    Zhu-zhu-zhu, zhu-zhu-zhu I am not friends with snakes.
    Ms. Ms., Ms. Ms. Ms. is already leaving the hedgehog.
    Zhi-zh-zh - hedgehogs live with us,
    Zhu-zhu-zhu - I bring food to the hedgehog,
    Zh-zh-zh - there is no hedgehog. nine0031 ***
    I would like to know why the little robin burst early in the thickets of greenery
    I would like to know why, looking at the zenith, the chaffinch rings loudly and cheerfully?
    Would you like to know why the snake rustled? Would you like to know why the earth turns green?
    I wish I knew...
    zi-zi-zi, zi-zi-zi - bring the monkey!
    za-za-za, za-za-za monkeys are not allowed here.
    zi-zi-zi, zi-zi-zi if you can’t, don’t bring it.
    A goat is tethered here.
    Zy-Zy-Zy, Zy-Zy-Zy there is little grass in a goat.
    Zu-zu-zu, zu-zu-zu we untied the goat. nine0031 For-for-for-, for-for-for-a goat climbs into the garden.
    Zu-zu-zu, zu-zu-zu we tied a goat.
    -K- -KL-
    Ka-ka-ka, ka-ka-ka, the river Oka is flowing,
    Ko-ko-ko, ko-ko-ko there is a fisherman nearby.
    Ke-ke-ke, ke-ke-ke is fishing on the Oka.
    Cuckoo, cuckoo no luck to the fisherman.
    Ki-ki-ki, ki-ki-ki - help, fishermen!
    Ku-ku-ku, Ku-ku-ku here is help for the fisherman.
    Ko-ko-ko-ko-ko-ko fish is easy to catch.
    Ka-ka-ka, ka-ka-ka the fisherman has a catch.
    Ki-ki-ki, ki-ki-ki spiders lurk. nine0031 Ka-ka-ka, ka-ka-ka fly in the spider net.
    Ki-ki-ki, ki-ki-ki, spiders are useful to us
    Ka-ka-ka, ka-ka-ka, don't be afraid of the spider.
    -L- -L-
    La-la-la, la-la-la but the earth is in fluff from them.
    La-la-la, la-la-la we all love poplars.
    Lu-lu-lu, lu-lu-lu poplars and I love.
    Li-li-li, li-li-li poplars are visible in the distance.
    Le-le-le, le-le-le there are many of them in our village.
    Le-le-le, le-le-le is more fun from them in the village.
    Ly-ly-ly-, ly-ly-ly we scored goals. nine0031 Lu-lu-lu, lu-lu-lu near the windows on the floor.
    La-la-la, la-la-la did not notice the glass.
    Lu-lu-lu, lu-lu-lu we didn't hit the glass.
    la-la-la, la-la-la only there is no glass in the window.
    -There's a puddle here, see, Lusha?
    You go where the land is.
    Move over, where is the puddle already!
    Know Lusha is walking into a puddle.
    In a meadow under burdock
    A frog has a summer house.
    And in the frog swamp
    She has a big dacha.
    Ly-ly-ly - there are tables in the room,
    La-la-la - Mila is standing at the table,
    Lu-lu-lu - Mila goes to the table,
    Lu-lu-lu - I will water the flower on the table.
    The old elephant sleeps calmly,
    He knows how to sleep standing up.
    Seven waxwings sat and whistled.
    Sucking an icicle - that's the trouble! - we are strictly forbidden.
    But why is it then called an icicle?
    Forty forty immediately quarreled.
    Forty forty shirts for their own
    Forty shirts, without quarreling, scribbling.
    Forty shirts stitched on time -
    A titmouse said with a laugh to her neighbor:
    "The magpie strives to become the most creaky!"
    I sewed rawhide boots for myself.
    I tried for seven days forty, in a hurry,
    Xia-sya-sya, sya-sya-sya did not catch crucian.
    se-se-se, se-se-se everyone caught carp.
    Si-si-si, si-si-si in the crucian pond.
    Sya-sya-sya, sya-sya-sya to catch crucian carp!
    Sa-sa-sa, sa-sa-sa oh-oh-oh, the wasp is flying!
    Sy-sy-sy, sy-sy-sy, we are not afraid of wasps! saw which one of you wasp? nine0031 Sy-sy-sy, sy-sy-sy, we didn't see a wasp.
    Sa-sa-sa, sa-sa-sa Guess where the wasp is.
    A wasp on the vine, a goat by the vine.
    A scythe hare sits behind a sedge-grass,
    Looks scythe like Sonya with a scythe
    Mows the grass with a scythe.
    The dog could smell the fox -
    Immediately raised his voice.
    The fox fled into the forest -
    Sala gave the dog a piece.
    Sa-sa-sa - a fox is walking through the forest,
    So-so-so - a fox is rolling a wheel,
    Sy-sy-sy - a fox has a beautiful tail,
    Su-su-su - I saw in the forest fox. nine0031 ***
    Za-za-za - a goat is coming,
    Zy-zy-zy - the goat has kids,
    Zu-zu-zu - I lead a goat,
    Zoy-zoy-zoy - kids with a goat.
    Russia lives in the letter "R",
    Rivers, rye, rocket launcher,
    Mother's dear hands
    And our parents' house,
    And rowan July,
    And dewdrops, and dawn.
    The letter "P" - wounded by a bullet,
    What the grandfather wears at the heart.
    Woke up the morning rails.
    The distance and expanse opened wide.
    Light brown wind rushes towards
    On the plain. You breathe
    Russian elastic air
    And bow to the daisies!
    Started with this letter
    Our Motherland and life.
    Ryu-ryu-ryu, ryu-ryu-ryu how much do I talk?
    Ri-ri-ri, ri-ri-ri from dawn to dawn.
    Re-re-re, re-re-re about the mountain and about the hole.
    rya-rya-rya, rya-rya-rya about lakes and seas.
    Ryu-ryu-ryu, ryu-ryu-ryu talking and talking.
    rya-rya-rya, rya-rya-rya about everything, but apparently in vain!
    Ra-ra-ra, ra-ra-ra, there is a mountain in our yard.
    Ru-ru-ru, ru-ru-ru gather the kids. nine0031 Ry-ry-ry, ry-ry-ry - let's ride down the mountain.
    Ra-ra-ra, ra-ra-ra, the children are very happy.
    Ry-ry-ry - balls in the hands,
    Ra-ra-ra - the game starts,
    Ru-roo-ru - I hit the ball with my hand,
    Ro-ro-ro - the ball fell into the bucket.
    Chitogovorki with the sound Ch
    Ah, ah, ah - baked kalach.
    Ah, ah, ah - buy a ball.
    Ah, ah, ah - the violinist began to play.
    Ah, ah, ah - a circus performer performed.
    Ah, ah, ah - there are many dachas by the sea.
    Ah, ah, ah - Masha, don't cry.
    Ich, ich, ich - a cowboy has a scourge. nine0031 Ich, ich, ich - they baked a cake.
    Ich, ich, ich - enlarge the picture.
    Ich, ich, ich - let's cook game.
    Ich, ich, ich - we bought Moskvich.
    Ech, ech, ech - they heated the furnace.
    Ech, ech, ech - they gave me a sword.
    Ech, ech, ech - competent speech.
    Ech, ech, ech - lie down on the grass.
    Ech, ech, ech - bake pies.
    Och, ouch, ouch - running away.
    Ouch, ouch, ouch - the night has come.
    Och, ouch, ouch - my mother has a daughter.
    Ots, ots, ots - you can help me.
    Pts, pts, pts - the nuts need to be crushed. nine0031 Uch, uch, uch - a warm beam.
    Uch, uch, uch - lost the key.
    Uch, uch, uch - our language is powerful.
    Uch, uch, uch - a cap tucked down.
    Uch, uch, uch - there are a lot of clouds in the sky.
    Cha, cha, cha - doctor's diploma.
    Cha, cha, cha - a candle is burning.
    Cha, cha, cha - drink from the key.
    Cha, cha, cha - give kalach.
    Cha, cha, cha - a flag made of calico.
    Cha, cha, cha - hares gave a goose.
    Cha, cha, cha - listen to the violinist.
    Cha, cha, cha - rich man's dwelling.
    Cha, cha, cha - see a circus performer.
    Chi, chi, chi are good weavers. nine0031 Chi, chi, chi - long whips.
    Chi, chi, chi - black rooks.
    Chi, chi, chi - new keys.
    Chi, chi, chi - cooking Easter cakes.
    Chi, chi, chi are Muscovites.
    Chi, chi, chi - bake in the oven.
    Che, Che, Che - stripes on the ball.
    Che, Che, Che - I read by candlelight.
    Che, che, che - fly on the shoulder.
    Che, che, che - we are going on the Moskvich.
    Che, che, che - a tale about a strong man.
    Che, che, che - the news about the violinist.
    Cho, cho, cho - very hot.
    Cho, cho, cho - shoulder hurts.
    Chok, choke, choke - I'm fixing a net. nine0031 Chok, chok, chok - the bull is mooing.
    Chok, chok, chok - bought a badge.
    Chok, choke, choke - trying on a slipper.
    Choo, choo, choo - I want to fly away.
    Choo, choo, choo - I'm going to the doctor.
    Choo, choo, choo - hit the ball.
    Choo, choo, choo - I laugh out loud.
    Choo, choo, choo - I will get a "five".
    Choo, choo, choo - I will shout to my mother.
    Cho-cho-cho, cho-cho-cho
    My shoulder hurts.
    Choo-choo-choo, choo-choo-choo
    If it hurts, go to the doctor.
    Choo-choo-choo, choo-choo-choo
    No, I don't want to see a doctor.
    Cha-cha-cha, cha-cha-cha
    I will cry at the doctor.
    Chi-chi-chi, chi-chi-chi
    Doctors are helping us.
    Choo-choo-choo, choo-choo-choo
    If so, I will go to the doctor.
    Choo-choo-choo, choo-choo-choo
    We planted cherry plum.
    Cha-cha-cha, cha-cha-cha
    And cherry plum has ripened.
    Choo-choo-choo, choo-choo-choo
    Collecting cherry plum.
    Cho-cho-cho, cho-cho-cho
    Lend your shoulder.
    Chi-chi-chi, chi-chi-chi
    We made cherry plum juice.
    Cha-cha-cha, cha-cha-cha
    Cherry plum is so useful for everyone.
    Cha-cha-cha - I took a fluff off my shoulder. nine0031 Choo-choo-choo - day and night I am silent.
    Chi-chi-chi - I'm taking bricks to the construction site.
    Choo-choo-choo - I never scream.
    Cha-cha-cha - I don't have a ball,
    Chu-choo-choo - I want to go for a walk,
    Sha-sha-sha - the weather is good,
    Shu-shu-shu - I wear a fur coat.
    Cha-cha-cha - a candle is burning on the table,
    Chu-choo-choo - I knock with a hammer,
    Och-ch-ch - the night has come.
    The tortoise, not being bored, sits for an hour over a cup of tea.
    On a black night, a black cat jumped into a black chimney,
    Blackness in the chimney. Find a cat there.
    Che-che-che, che-che-che we dreamed about the ball.
    Chi-chi-chi, chi-chi-chi we really need balls.
    Choo-choo-choo, choo-choo-choo, they bought us a ball each.
    Chacha-cha.cha-cha-cha there are two balls in the river.
    Chi-chi-chi, chi-chi-chi we need balls again.
    Che-che-che, che-che-che we dream of the ball.
    Valya wet her felt boots on a thawed patch.
    Valenka's felt boots are drying on the mound.
    Shi-shi-shi, shi-shi-shi, all snowflakes are good.
    Zhu-zhu-zhu, zhu-zhu-zhu I look at the snowflake. nine0031 Like a white fluff
    A snowflake is falling from the sky.
    Roma is friends with a rhinoceros.
    That rhinoceros is touchy.
    Does not let you touch the horn
    Impatiens Rhino.
    Thunder rolled in the mountains,
    Thundered over the black cloud,
    Roared over the red steep.
    Let the thunder rumble in the mountains!
    Let's go for a walk anyway.
    N. Kostrov
    In the evening over the lake
    White steam is walking.
    These are fish in the lake.
    They are setting up a samovar. nine0031 ***
    Look at Irinka.
    Irinka eats a tangerine.
    Irinka will eat a tangerine -
    Throw the crusts into the basket.
    Thunder rumbles loudly somewhere,
    A lynx growls loudly somewhere,
    Someone is shouting loudly,
    Someone is talking loudly.
    Carried by mother - kangaroo
    In a warm bag for children.
    And the kangaroo guys
    Play hide and seek all day long.
    Ostriches build nests on the sidelines.
    These funnels look strange.
    Dig holes in the sand quickly and easily
    Slender birds of high growth.
    Varvara was making jam,
    She was grumbling and saying.
    Roma was frightened by the thunder,
    He roared louder than thunder.
    From such a roar, thunder
    Lurked behind a hillock.
    Yegor was walking across the yard,
    Carrying an ax to repair the fence.
    On the mountain, on the hill
    Yegorka roars bitterly.
    On a mountain, on a hillock
    There are 33 Yegorkas.
    The pike swallowed the brush, the brush tickles her throat. nine0031 "It's amazing! What kind of fish did I eat?"
    I will not find you.
    Shchi-shchi-shchi, shchi-shchi-shchi you go look for me.
    Schu-shu-shu, shu-shu-shuvot now I'll find it!
    It's raining, it's raining, I'm without a raincoat.
    More-more-more, more-more-more no rain, and I'm in a raincoat.
    A cockerel whispers to a cat: "Do you see a magnificent comb?"
    The cat whispers to the cockerel: "If you take a step, I'll take a bite!"
    Sho-sho-sho, sho-sho-sho I write really well.
    Shu-shu-shu, shu-shu-shu, I'll write whatever you want. nine0031 Shi-shi-shi, shi-shi-shi "Eat porridge" - write.
    Shu-shu-shu, shu-shu-shu I'll write it.

    And the whole family of chickens ran to wash.
    Only Chick stands aside, does not want to wash,
    Because, like fire, he is afraid of water.
    And mother said sternly: "Children should all wash.
    Chick won't play with us. We don't need dirty things!"
    A hen brought some water from the well, well done!
    Tse-tse-tse, tse-tse-tse, here's a fairy tale about an egg.
    Tso-tso-tso-, tso-tso-tso the hen laid an egg.
    Tsu-tsu-tsu, tsu-tsu-tsu pussy reaching for the egg.
    Tsa-tsa-tsa, tsa-tsa-tsa scat, kitten, from the egg!
    Tsu-tsu-tsu, tsu-tsu-tsu don't let him near the egg!
    Tso-tso-tso, tso-tso-tso, we ourselves will eat the egg.
    -X- -XH-
    Ha-ha-ha, ha-ha-ha, we have two roosters.
    Hee-hee-hee, hee-hee-hee, all the roosters are fighting.
    Hu-hu-hu, hu-hu-hu their beaks are all down.
    Hee hee hee hee hee hee stop fighting, roosters!
    Ha-ha-ha, ha-ha-ha two roosters without tails. nine0003

    These letters are impossible to pronounce,
    but they are very necessary.
    See how the word changes:
    Spruce - spruce
    Honey mushrooms - again,
    corner - coal.
    Five honey mushrooms, again five honey mushrooms,
    Again five honey mushrooms, again five honey mushrooms ...
    Linen has grown
    From linen.
    Wash not too lazy - linen is white.
    The dog Bulka was running along the echoing street
    Behind the dog Bulka
    Grandmother was walking with a bun
    Ella echo:
    - Hello, echo!
    Echo Ella: - ha, ha, ha.
    Where are you, echo? -
    Ella echo.
    Echo again: - Ha. ha, ha.
    And echo
    answered all questions with loud laughter.
    Yulia Yula. Julia started a spinning top,
    and a spinning top yurk to Yura.
    Yura started a spinning top, and a spinning top - to Yulia...
    Now Yulia has a spinning top, then Yura has a spinning top,
    Now Yura has a spinning top, then Yulia has a spinning top -
    Such a game.
    Bright apples from the fair for Yanochka. nine0031 ***
    There is a poisonous lizard in the box.
    Ivashka has a shirt, shirt has pockets,
    Pockets have a shirt, Ivashka has a shirt.

    Do you like tongue twisters the way I do?...

    I talked to my mother in ICQ, and she is my English teacher at a vocational school in Estonia. Well, I suddenly ask her something, does she know English tongue twisters about three witches, watches and so on and so forth . . no, she doesn’t know. Well, I think I have a chance to diversify the lives of her students. I climbed to look ... I found it. nine0745 For those who have not heard them, but at least speak some English:
    First lesson, English for beginners:

    "Three witches look at three Swatch watches. Which witch looks at which watch?"
    Now in English:
    Three witches watch three swatch watches.
    Which witch watches which swatch watch?

    (Second and third lessons under the cut)

    But it's not even about them... while I was looking for it, I found such interesting and new ones for me that I'm just delighted!!! nine0745
    So, let's finish the witches :)

    Second lesson, English for advanced students:

    "Three transvestite witches look at the three buttons on the Swatch watch. Which of the transvestite witches is looking at which button on the Swatch watch?"
    Now in English:
    Three switched witches watch three Swatch watch switches. Which switched witch watches which Swatch watch switch?

    The third and last lesson, English for absolute professionals:

    "Three Swiss bitch witches who want to change their gender look at three buttons on a Swatch watch. Which of the Swiss bitch witches who want to change their gender looks at which button on the watch "Swatch"? "Now in English:
    Three swiss witch-bitches, which wished to be switched swiss witch-bitches, watch three swiss Swatch watch switches. Which swiss witch-bitch, which wishes to be a switched swiss witch-bitch, wishes to watch which swiss Swatch watch switch?

    More English
    She sells sea shells at the sea shore, the shells she sells are the sea-shore shells, I'm sure.
    Translation: she sells seashells on the seashore; the shells she sells are seashells, I'm sure

    Good blood, bad blood.
    Translation: Good blood, bad blood.

    Spanish in the studio!!!
    Tres tristes tigres tragaron tres tazas de trigo y se atragantaron.
    Tu tio Timoteo tiene una tienda de tela en Terruna.
    Como poco coco como poco coco compro.
    (I just got stuck on this one :))))

    Susana suele salir de paseo con su sobrina Siseguta

    We got to our native Russian language...
    The queen of all tongue twisters, my love! (I remember how I practiced pronouncing it at night)))
    The heron withered, the heron withered, the heron died

    Well, other little joys for me, in the form of the best, new or just funny ones:
    the mouse dried the dryers,
    the mouse invited the mice.
    mice began to eat drying,
    teeth were immediately broken. - this one was on my record about Cheburashka :)

    In cellophane, Tsipilina kissed the boys.
    Ziefelbeler cycled through an integer process.
    And cyanide tsipki clung to the tsunami.
    And the candied fruit danced a chaste excise. nine0003

    Palmists and surgeons characterize rickets by cartilage fragility and chronic chromosomal hara-kiri did you kindly pray
    And in the fogs of the estuary beckoned me
    and in the valleys beckoned alela raspberry
    behind the raspberry quinoa
    turned white in the distance it doesn’t matter that we ate so little raspberry
    we forgot about love, that’s the trouble! - and this is from some song "Secret", I remember how I tried to record it by ear and teach it to sing along :)

    Children! Do you want to go wild?
    In the wilds - bison, in the wilds - boars,
    In the wilds - cobras, in the wilds - bitterns!
    Children, don't go into the jungle!

    From Ryazan on a trolley
    to Syzran left the razin.
    Dawn has risen after the dawn -
    Syzran is waiting for the gap in vain.
    Our razin on a trolley
    Slumbers under a pine tree in a bog.

    Gandalf gave a pendal to Handel and Stendhal

    On the screw, you can see the well-worn Winda

    And I don't feel sick. nine0003

    Two puppies, cheek to cheek, pinch the brush in the corner.

    Coconut cookers cook coconut juice in a quick cooker.

    The Elector spoofed the Landsknecht.

    Osip is hoarse, and Arkhip is hoarse.

    A fluorographist fluorographed a fluorographer - oh, Freud would have liked it :)

    Skinny, feeble Koschei Carrying a box of vegetables.

    Tongue twisters to test the degree of intoxication
    Near the pit there is a hill with sacks, I will go out onto the hill and correct the sack
    A highly qualified unpromising person from near St. Petersburg
    For denationalization! (toast)
    Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)
    Reverberated, reverberated, but not fully reverberated.

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