Tongue Twisters with Fricatives (Language)

how to warm up Aug 03, 2017

Last lesson we learned our fricatives – the consonants we make by creating friction between our articulators. This week we’re putting them into Language context in tongue twisters! Two of them are intermediate and the other one is ADVANCED – so check them out and see if you can become a master and how fast you can get!! (Hint hint: the hard one is from the movie “The Kings Speech”)

Check out the Tongue Twisters with Fricatives (Language) exercise here:

The tongue twisters so you can follow along:

She sells seashells down by the seashore.

I am a thistle sifter.
I have a sieve of sifted thistles
And a sieve of unsifted thistles,
Because I am a thistle sifter.

I love to loathe the luge.



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