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A tongue-twister is a phrase or sentence that is difficult to say because it contains many similar sounds. The object is to repeat it as many times as possible, as quickly as possible, without mispronunciation.

They are often used to practice pronunciation. Read the following tongue-twisters and try to repeat them many times.

Surely we shall see the sun shine soon.
(Sent by Benito J. Pérez from Sinarcas, Valencia, Spain)
Which witch wished which wicked wish?
A box of biscuits, a batch of mixed biscuits.
Red lorry, yellow lorry, red lorry, yellow lorry.
I brush my three thousand teeth three times a day.
(Sent by Myriam Prieto from Bogotá, Colombia)
Francis's father fried five fish for five friends from France.
(Sent by José Saavedra from Barinas, Venezuela)
I slit the sheet, the sheet I slit, and on the slitted sheet I sit.
In Hartford, Hereford and Headford, hurricans hardly ever happen.
(Sent by Carmen Blanco from Gijón, Spain)
Little Linda likes licking lollies. Licking lollies likes little Linda.
(Sent by Andrea Suárez Riaño from Aviles, Spain)
Jealous Johnny jumped over the jiggling jade jelly-fish.
(Sent by Patricia Baldonedo from Zaragoza, Spain)
Shall I put such shiny shoes on such a shabby shelf?
(Sent by Benito J. Pérez from Sinarcas, Valencia, Spain)
Which is the witch that wished the wicked wish?
(Sent by Sabina Fanjul, from Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Where were you when I was watching the watch?
(Sent by Daniel Metal from Caracas, Venezuela)
I love my love, but my love doesn't love me as I love my love.
(Sent by Ignacio G. from Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Six Spanish students started to study at a small school in Scotland.
(Sent by Hadaly Rodríguez from Sevilla, Spain)

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