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Tongue Twisters in different languages

Tongue Twisters in different languages

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avatar EnglishClass101.com Tuesday at 1:20 pm

Hi Listeners! What is your favourite tongue twister? Let us know!

avatar EnglishClass101.com Saturday at 4:06 pm

Hi Rozina,

It’s a play on words. “Pepper” can be a noun, and is a type of spice or condiment. However, “pepper” can also be a verb and means to season food. So, the tongue twister is saying “don’t season the hog with pepper.”

I hope that helps!
Kellie
Team EnglishClass101.com

avatar Rozina Tuesday at 12:02 am

Assalam u Akaikum
What does the polish tongue twister that is do not pepper the hog with pepper mean ?

avatar EnglishClass101.com Tuesday at 10:30 am

Hi SAEED MALAYERI,

What does that mean in English?

Kellie
Team EnglishClass101.com

avatar SAEED MALAYERI Saturday at 2:25 am

Here is a sample:
کشتم شپش شپش کش شش دست و پا را

avatar SAEED MALAYERI Saturday at 2:22 am

Hello,

How about Persian Language?

avatar MAC Wednesday at 9:43 pm

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