Failing at tongue twisters | Native Speaker CAN'T Do It!!

Remember how in my last video I said I DON'T teach tongue twisters to my students and I DON'T recommend them for pronunciation practice?? This is why!! If tongue twisters are even hard for ME to say (a native English speaker with plenty of education and public speaking practice under my belt)... then how will they help YOU fine tune your pronunciation? The short answer... they won't! Nevertheless, they can be a LOT of fun if you don't mind failing again and again. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy how I fail at these really funny tongue twisters. Then, loosen up and give them a try yourself! I don't promise you'll succeed, but I do promise you'll get a good laugh. Enjoy! :D

Ps. I'm still over here wondering what "you nork" is haha... please someone let me know in the comments!

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0:00 Intro
1:23 Fuzzy Wuzzy
2:09 red leather yellow leather
2:50 unique New York
3:34 the lips, the teeth, the tip of the tongue
4:56 she stood on the balcony
5:51 I wish to wash my Irish wristwatch
7:26 free thugs set three thugs free
8:55 Blake's back break block broke
9:49 rubber baby buggy bumpers
10:02 red blood blue blood
10:16 toy boat
10:33 Which wristwatches are Swiss wristwatches?
11:49 Join my FREE Fluent Pronunciation Training & Challenge
12:17 bloopers

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