Tongue twisters

Tongue twisters are a playful and entertaining aspect of language that test our pronunciation skills and ability to articulate complex sounds rapidly.

Try these tongue twisters.

I scream, you scream

we all cream for ice cream.

Unique New York

New York's unique.

Irish wristwatch

Swiss wristwatch

Focuses on the difficulty of pronouncing 'r' and 'w' sounds presenting a unique challenge to articulation skills.

Six slippery snails slid

slowly seaward

This phrase combines alliteration, consonant clusters and the challenge of pronouncing the 's' and 'sh' sounds consecutively.

Peter Piper picked a 

peck of pickled peppers

This phrase plays with alliteration and repetitive sounds, putting our plosive 'p' sounds to the test. 

She sells seashells by 

the seashore

The repetition of 's' and 'sh' sounds can trip up even the most articulate speakers requiring precise enunciation and quick reflexes.

How can a clam cram

in a clean cream can?

An intricate combination of consonants and vowels, requiring careful pronunciation and dexterity.