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英语绕口令: th, v-w tongue twisters for Chinese speakers

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发表于 2012-12-7 21:08:50 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
本帖最后由 Ray 于 2012-12-7 21:50 编辑

th, v-w tongue twisters for Chinese speakers
1.         -  Three thin thieves thought a thousand thoughts.  Now if three thin thieves thought a thousand thoughts, how many thoughts did each thief think?
2.         -  That which is theirs is neither more nor less than that which is thine.

3.         -  This thing and that thing are better than those things.
4.         -  The thin thief went through that thicket over there.

and  and /t/...
5.         - The thorn was torn from those, and now it adorns my clothes.  [NOTE:  the "th" in "clothes" is silent].
6.         tongue twisters with /s/ and and  and  :
7.         -  Theodore has a thin shin.
8.         -  It should be a sin to have a thin shin, and we should call it "the thin-shin sin".
9.         -  Through thick and thin, I'll dare to be there and share.
10.     -  She sees the three seas, and he sees that she sees what she see when she sees the three seas, I think.
11.     -  Three thousand thieves had six thousand thumbs, until they got caught, and now they have none.
12.     -  A thick, sick, chic chick surely, thoroughly sank its shank into the tank and drank.

v and w
13.     The best fest in the West is the Vest Fest.
14.     -  I'm very wary of very scary films.
15.     -  In Latin, "verb" means word, "verbose" means 'using many words', and "verbal" means 'of words'.
16.     -  Valerie values volleyball very much.
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