Hardest tongue twister in english?

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Hardest tongue twister in english?

Postby vincan » Sat 21 May 2011 6:48 am

Six sick sikh sheep seeked six sikh sick sheep. While the six sick sikh sheep seeked six sikh sick sheep, the six sikh sick sheep seeked the six sick sikh sheep. The six sikh sick sheep and the six sick sikh sheep both seeked sheik sherllock (who was also sick). Sick sheik shellock seeked a cure for his sickness, the six sick sikh sheep’s sickness and the sixth of the sikh sick sheep as well. Shelley sold sickness curing tablets to cure the sick sheik shellock. He gave the six sick sikh sheep each a cheap slick stick. Then he gave the six sikh sick sheep a sheet with healing powers. The 12 sikh sheep and sheik shellock were no longer sick!
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Re: Hardest tongue twister in english?

Postby Declan » Sat 21 May 2011 6:26 pm

That doesn't make sense. sought not seeked.
Native: English
Very good: Irish
Reasonable: German, French
Very basic: Latin.
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Re: Hardest tongue twister in english?

Postby vincan » Sun 22 May 2011 6:58 am

Thank you. I think my English language is going I cant pronunce these words now: xylophone, scones, fast, night, knight, geography and lozenges
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