The names Kelly and Carrie have cause some confusion from time to time, resulting is a conversation that sounds a bit like the old "Who's On First" routine ; ). More of a brain twister than a tongue twister, though.
Not good here, I have a Japanese friend here and she has the same problem with those letters.
My two year old grandson, who chatters up a storm, has the funniest/cutest way with words.You should hear him say, Mrs. Tiggywinkle.I'm teaching him Little Diddle Dumpling, a little bit of a tongue twister. Fun with words.
Hi Pamela its a real tongue twister for me,a good way for them to learn xx
Wow that is indeed a tongue twister, Pamela!I have heard it said many times that English is one of the hardest languages to learn as a 2nd language... I'm sure you're doing wonderfully with your students/x
I'm not great with them but I'm going to try to remember this one1
I didn't know that one - it's cute :) I like tongue twisters, but I don't think I'm very good with them.