Christmas Tongue Twisters!

Merry Christmas!! Let’s practice our English pronunciation with some Christmas inspired tongue twisters!!



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Merry Christmas and happy holidays! Whether or not you celebrate this holiday, I hope you are having an excellent winter and are able to spend time with your friends and family. Today, I think I’ll introduce you to a few Christmas themed tongue twisters. Tongue twisters are an excellent way to practice pronunciation, and I’ve made quite a few episodes on tongue twisters and other types of pronunciation activities! Check them out in the podcast description if you haven’t already. 

There are five Christmas themed tongue twisters in this episode. I’ll say each one 3 times – each time progressively faster. To practice, you can shadow my speech while reading the blog, and try to read them as fast as possible. If I have time, I’ll record myself saying the tongue twister and upload them on my Instagram page! Other than that, Merry Christmas!!


Seven Santas sang silly songs
How many deer would a reindeer reign if a reindeer could reign deer?
Running reindeer romp ’round red wreaths
Kris Kringle clapped crisply
Eleven elves licked eleven little liquorice lollipops.

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