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TONGUE TWISTERS Exercise for your mouth! Bridget Green Extension 2006
The lips, the teeth, the tip of the tongue… The lips, the teeth, the tip of the tongue…
The early bird heard the word. The early bird heard the word.
This that these those they them mother father brother other This that these those they them mother father brother other
Vinnie folds five very fine fans. Vinnie folds five very fine fans.
Vinnie holds five very fine hams. Vinnie holds five very fine hams.
1. Vinnie folds five very fine fans. 2. Vinnie holds five very fine hams. 1. Vinnie folds five very fine fans. 2. Vinnie holds five very fine hams.
Sally sells seashells down by the seashore. Sally sells seashells down by the seashore.
Ancient cities conceal special sites. Ancient cities conceal special sites.
Lets make it harder! Exercise for your mouth!
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Next, strange Mexican experts caused accidents with flammable liquids. Next, strange Mexican experts caused accidents with flammable liquids.
Men wouldnt. Would women? One woman would. Men wouldnt. Would women? One woman would.
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