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Bewährte englische
Zungenbrecher,


sehr geeignet für den englischen 

 Sprachenunterricht, z.B. am Beginn

einer Unterrichtsstunde.
Die englische Aussprache und der
Sprechfluss werden durch diese Übungen
nachhaltig gefördert. Außerdem
haben die SchülerInnen daran
eine große Freude.

 

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The Polish police polish their shoes with Polish polish  

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Strong Tom came along from Hongkong and sang

a long song

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Charles and Richard chewed cheese

and cheap chewing gum,

which they stuck under their chairs in the church

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A twister of twists once twisted a twist

and the twist that he twisted was a three twisted twist.

If in twisting this twist one twist should untwist

then the untwisted twist would untwist the twist

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Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,

a peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.

If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,

a peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked

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Sixty-six thick thistle sticks

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Seventy-seven sea serpents

swam hissing across the sea

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Long lazy lizards like lemon liniment

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This is the thumb with the thimble

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Seaside shoes shops shut a six sharp

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The sun shines sometimes on shop signs

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Double bubble gum bubbles double

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Merry Mary married melancholy Michael

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Amidst the mists and coldest frosts,

with barest wrists and stoutest boasts,

he thrusts his fists against the posts

and still insists he sees the ghosts

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She sells sea shells on the seashore,

these shells she sells are seashells, I’m sure,

so if she sells seashells on the seashore,

I’m sure that these shells she sells are sea shore shells

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The mad lad had a black hat on his head

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He said is was sad that the bed was so bad

when we met on the mat of the hotel the next morning

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Betty Botter bought some butter,

but she said: “This butter’s bitter,

if I put it in my batter

it will make my batter bitter.

But a bit of better butter,

better than my bitter butter

makes my butter batter better.“

So she bought a bit of butter,

better than her bitter butter

and she put it in her batter

and it made her batter better.

So ‘twas better Betty Botter

bought a bit of better butter

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The rain in Spain lies mainly on the plain

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The clever cook cuts crocky cross carrots

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Round and round the rugged rock

the ragged rascal ran

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Whether the weather is fine,

or whether the weather is not,

whether the weather is cold,

or whether the weather is hot,

we’ll weather the weather,

whatever the weather,

whether we like it or not

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Mrs. Chips is very old

and when she settles down to stitch

- unless she uses spectacles -

she cannot see which stitch is which

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Davy Doldrum dreamed he drove a dreadful dragon,

he drove a dreadful dragon Davy Doldrum dreamed.

If Davy Doldrum dreamed he drove a dreadful dragon,

where is the dreadful dragon Davy Doldrum dreamed of?

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I saw Esau sawing wood,

and Esau saw - I saw him saw.

Though Esau saw I saw him saw,

still Esau went on sawing

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There’s no need to light a night-light

on a light night like tonight.

For a night-light is a slight light

on a light night like tonight

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A fly and a flee in a flue

were imprisoned so what could they do?

Says the fly: “Let us flee!”

Says the flea: “Let us fly!”

So they flew through a flaw in the flue

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Shy Sarah saw six Swiss wrist-watches

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How much wood would a woodchuck chuck,

if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

A woodchuck would chuck as much wood

as a woodchuck could chuck

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Splish-splash, splish-splash,

through the puddles Tom is splashing.

 Splish-splash, splish-splash

soon his clothes need a washing

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Does this shop stock short socks with spots?

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Three grey geese on three green hills,

grey were the geese, and green were the hills

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I like white vinegar with veal very much

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Robert Rowley rolled a round roll round,

a round roll Robert Rowley rolled round.

Where’s the round roll

Robert Rowley rolled round?

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Swan swam over the sea.

Swim, swan, swim!

Swan swam back again.

Well swum, Swan!

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From Wibbelton to Wobbelton is 15 miles,

from Wobbelton to Wibbelton ist 15 miles.

From Wibbelton to Wobbelton,

from Wobbelton to Wibbelton,

from Wibbelton to Wobbelton is 15 miles

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Good luck!!!