Speak out tongue twisters regularly, following the two rules below, and you’ll improve your pronunciation and fluency.
Two rules to speak tongue twisters
Say them fast. The faster, the better. If you say slowly, you can say the most difficult tongue twister in the world without fumbling. Right?
If the tongue twister is short – a short sentence comprising of few words – repeat it at least thrice in quick succession. (Most in the list below would fall into the category of short tongue twisters.) If they’re long, say them once.
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A word of note before you jump into the list below: If you’re looking for a particular tongue twister, run a ‘Ctrl + F’ on this page with the key word. For example, if you’re looking for the tongue twister on undertaker do a ‘Ctrl + F’ with ‘undertaker’.
Without further ado, here is the list of more than 200 tongue twisters: