Tongue Twisters

By greenteapanda

December 4, 2007

Category: Education

2 Comments »

While planning some lessons, I found a cool site. Tongue Twisters in 108 different languages. Only eight of them are Korean, and some of the better Chinese tongue twisters are absent, but it is another great learning resource for learners of multiple languages like myself.

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2 Responses to “Tongue Twisters”

  1. The one Japanese tongue twister on the site I have heard of previously is: "Basu gasu bakuhatsu." (The gasoline of the bus exploded). But I don\’t get why it is a tongue twister—to me it is short, simple, and easy to pronounce!

  2. Try saying it quickly… it is certainly a tongue twister for me!

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