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#30DaysofEnglish - Day #5

Tongue Twisters offer several benefits to you English learning process. For example, they help you strengthen and stretch your muscles, which leads to clearer pronunciation and speech.
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Let’s improve our pronunciation and articulation with the following tongue twisters. I recommend checking pronunciation in a dictionary.
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  1. If a dog chews shoes, whose shoes does he choose?
  2. 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?
  3. You know New York, you need New York, you know you need unique New York
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    🤗 How did it go? Which was the most difficult for you and why?
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  1. If a dog chews shoes, whose shoes does he choose? - Here is my recording
  2. 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? - Here is my recording :
  3. You know New York, you need New York, you know you need unique New York - Here is my recording

    The most difficult for me was: Pipper - Pickled - Picked
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4985Puntos
6 meses

You sound pippers, I failed too :c

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4821Puntos

The peter piper one was hard hehe
I really like the class a lot, Emma is a great teacher
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  1. No too bad. 😕
  2. Total fail. 😦
  3. Very good. 😃
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15018Puntos

I really enjoy tongue twisters.
The most difficult to pronounce for me was the first one, because for me is hard to notice the difference between “chews”, “shoes” and “choose”.

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16487Puntos

OMG! Great lesson!
The most difficult for me was “Peter Piper” because there are too many “Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers” 😛

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9516Puntos

LOL this was hella fun. My favorite is the second one, I’ll definitely search for more and challenge friends. Thank you!

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25606Puntos

I loved today’s challenge. 😄
I had never practiced tongue twisters before.
The second one was the hardest for me, but I conquered it after 10 tries. 💪💪

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10870Puntos

Excellent practice, hahaha🤣 the most difficult was the second one…
The first one and the third one were easier I think hahaha…

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10713Puntos

Good practice, great fun, I had a lot of difficulties pronouncing: Peter Piper picked up a pickled bell pepper. A peck of pickled peppers picked up by Peter Piper. If Peter Piper chose a pepper from pickled peppers. Where is the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked up?

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  1. If a dog chews shoes, whose shoes does he choose? Audio
  2. 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? Audio
  3. You know New York, you need New York, you know you need unique New York. Audio

hahahah fun practice.
The 2nd was the most difficult for me.
And the 3rd it was the one I liked the most.

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My recording: https://voca.ro/1ePdQCbLGPOu
Pickled //ˈpɪk.əld/
I have been exploring Google Assistant, and I found Tongue twister suggestions by day with notification.
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Nice 😄

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8861Puntos
6 meses

Hi

Wow that interesting, Can you tell me what’s the command?

Thanks 😃

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20372Puntos

Hahaha, that was so fun 😁
For me, the most difficult was the pronunciation of “shoes” and “choose”, because I usually pronounce them the same way, and the sound of SH is different from CH.

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3528Puntos

In my case it wasn’t difficult said those tongue twisters xD

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18138Puntos

To be completely honest: all of them. I’m not good with tongue twisters. The second one is just impossible for me if i want to do it fast 😃

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8435Puntos

The most difficult for me is the first one, I’m sure that I’m saying the same word :p .

Another tongue twister that one day I learned is:

The worst word in the world is war.

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5486Puntos

Peter Piper was very long haha, I need more practice

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These tongue twisters entertained me enough, but Peter Piper’s was difficult for me, the rest was not so difficult

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In the first tongue twister the pronunciation of the most difficult words are: chew, which, does.😕

In the second tongue twister the pronunciation was very difficult for me because the word are very similars and dont know the pronuciation 😦

In the thirty tongue twister for me the pronunciation was very easy because I usually use these word😃

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Here is my audio
The most difficult was the first, and the most fun was Peter Piper.

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33238Puntos

The first and second are have some difficulties

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11475Puntos

The most difficult for me was the second one because is larger than the others two.

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9516Puntos

I found the second the most difficult because apart from being the largest, has a lot of unknown words.

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4922Puntos

It’s funny to try to read this tongue twisters, for me the second was more hard than the others

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5914Puntos

The most dificult was the second, but thats be funny hahah

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Hello!
Well, tongue twisters 1 and 3 we’re the easiest for me, but I enjoyed all of them; even number 2. Sounds on this last are pretty, pretty similars and my tongue became a true mess.
I’m enjoying a lot doing these tasks to improve my English. Thanks, César!

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13482Puntos

The most difficult tongue twister for me was the second one 😥.
The first wasn’t bad 😅 and the third was very well 😁.

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11292Puntos

the second it was more difficult

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The most difficult for me is the number two. Because the words “Peter Piper picked” are confuse

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The most difficult was the second one

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How did it go? Which was the most difficult for you and why?
The most difficult for me was: 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?
Because it’s difficult for me the pronunciation of ed.

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5326Puntos

The first sentence is very difficult, but the second and third is a little easy

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The second one is the most difficult for me because pronounce ed is hard to me yet 😦

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6226Puntos

It was a funny challenge, in fact I shared the challenge with my nephews. We record our answer and share it on whatsapp, it was very funny.
I thing the most difficult tongue twister was the second one

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4787Puntos

The first one was the most difficult XD

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Hi!
For my, the most difficult Tongue Twister was the second, because it is the most large and each word sounds so similar.

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11450Puntos

The most difficult for me was the second. The pronunciation of the words was similar. However, was a great lesson! 😃

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36087Puntos

To me the real challenging one was the chewer dog … 🤪 … everything goes like “chu chu chu chu” HAHAHAHA

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the second was the more difficult because i am not familiar with those words. The first was… i did it, not perfect but i did it 😅 the third was easy for me 💚

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The second and third one was easy compared to te first one, was a lot dificult to differentiate “chews”, “shoes” and “choose”

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I love english tongue twisters! It’s very fun.
I have difficult with the first one because it has a lot of “s”.
But the 2° and 3° was not bad.

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15203Puntos

I heard me weird :'v. The second one is hardest

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7408Puntos

Omg, this day was funny, the most difficult for me was peter piper, but the pencil exercise help me. 😄

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Hi Everyone! In my case, the second one had a lot of words where I didn’t know the pronunciation. Like Piper and peck. Also, I had trouble because it was very long but in general, they were good practice!

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2767Puntos

The most difficult was the second. I think it so awesome to improve our english, in this way. I like it.

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26795Puntos

I’ve been practice tongue twister for a while, said New York after unique on the last part was difficult but practice is the key! 💪

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The most difficult was the second obviously, it is long and almost has the same words

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the 2nd one was the most difficult for me, i realized i pronounced wrong the word “piper” I sayd like pipper but it’s /ˈpaɪ.pɚ/

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Day #5🤟
OMG I really enjoy this challange.

  1. It made easy for me even though I didn’t know the meaning of "chews"🤔
  2. It was the most difficult for me because there are so many words that there are words that cost me a lot such as “Pickled” and "picked"🤪
    3.1 love it so much, it made me so much fun🗽
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1264Puntos

That was a fanny exercise!!

For me, the hardest one was “Piter Piper”. I could do it after a few tries.

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11419Puntos

Definitely the most difficult was the second one, but I finally made it. (I think 😆)

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12711Puntos

the second one was the most difficult for me, I really enjoyed this challenge, because I feel how my tongue hurts, this is definitely a great exercise of pronunciations my friends! the

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6093Puntos

The one that was most difficult for me was the second, in general at the beginning all of them were difficult, but with a review in the first and third I improved a lot, in the second not so much and that is why I think it was the most difficult.

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For me the most difficult is the second Tongue Twisters, because the sounds are more similar and is a little tangled up.
The others tongue twisters are more simples, with similar sounds but not too complicated as the second sentence.

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12985Puntos

Good and funny exercise!
The words most difficult for me were chews, peck and pickled because their pronunciation were very similar to other words.

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the most difficult tongue twister for my was second because it has a lot of unvoiced sounds.

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8908Puntos

The item two it was more complicated for me because it was long and the its pronunciation was similar

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5984Puntos

Excellent activity of pronunciation!! The most difficult for me was the second tongue twister 🌀, the pronunciation of picked and pickled are very complicated…

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14897Puntos

The Peter Piper one is the worst haha. Once I had to record it for an interview and it took me an entire afternoon of practice to do it right

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9939Puntos

I need to practice this tongue twisters

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15188Puntos

Better late than never 😅 !

  • This one (the dog destroyer) was the most difficult for me! The affricate t̠ʃ and the fricative ʃ sound almost the same: 🔊

  • The Peter Piper one was so-so: 🔉

  • The New York was kind of easy: 📢