Playing with Tongue Twisters
So this takes of that now to our next one in this you can actually find in the language workbook on page and now we're going to look at different tongue twisters in four different languages. Now we have the 1st which is English, which shouldn't be too much of a problem. And then we have French and then Jim and then Maltese. And I'm going to say these to you in English, in French, in German and Maltese. And I would like you. I would like to say them first and then for you to repeat them. I will say them again so that you can say them as well on Just just just give it your all. Just go for it. It doesn't matter where. I mean, we're them being tongue twisters. This is the best activity because we're gonna get them wrong in any language. We're gonna get the wrong in English. I mean, I was doing these before, and it's not like there was there was one. They wanted to take English. It was even worse. And I always stop that pack because it's pepper, pepper and then pick up. But we're going t...
o do them anyway. Andi, I'd like you to the viewers. Please recall it. This do you don't have to stand in front of a mirror to do this, but recalled it and see how how you did. Because sometimes we figure out how how good we actually we're doing him. So are we ready for the 1st 1? Yeah. So let's try the English one on, then. That's Peter Piper. Picked a peck of pickled peppers. Exactly if you say a bit faster. Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled a pack of the top pick. Cosy little Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled. That's not now. What about the French one? So in French, you would say Just re secretary three assiduously. Security. Very, very, very philosophical. I am when I am on, If I am what I am, what I am, I So we ready? Just a seizure circle. Just brilliant. Now a bit faster way have one of my favorite sounds, and this is so a German. They have a lot of shared a lot, sir, and you also have this beautiful letter, which isn't a with a nominal on it. It's one of these funny sound funny and we saw this actually before this. This one is faint, so air thanked and it means catch. So here we're talking about the fresh, fresh fish that the fisherman's it has been catching. So Fisher's Fritze thanked fish Official Fresh official affect vicious fitzer way It's my gun fast, vicious, vicious, Thankfully visual push Official This one is nicer because there are more of ours in it. So it is much more as much is not as sure thing. This one is Maltese on this is more This is more Oh ah, another lefty So the element this with these t So Tony Tanaka Hannity Talita took the Taiba totally Tyto Thai baht 20 Tana Tana Tina Well, I thought so. Yeah, it wasn't that hard. A Z money far is actually if we do this regularly and we actually have a very nice for Bible language if you actually very nice course on here, which is also tongue twisters. And then you can learn all the tongue twisters in all the different languages. So, uh, yeah, that's something we can definitely check out as well
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