Game #9: Tongue Twisters from A-Z

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Tongue twisters are sentences that use many words with the same sound. A common tongue twister is "She sells seashells by the seashore." Say it quickly a few times in a row. The "s" sound is difficult for some learners.

Tongue twisters are useful for English learners for two reasons:
1. You can learn new words.
2. You can practise your pronunciation.

Let's play a tongue twister game together. We will try to get through the whole alphabet, from A-Z! When we are done I will post all of the tongue twisters for MyEC members to try. (We may have to work together to make them grammatically correct. They don't necessarily have to make sense, though.)

How to Play:
1) I will write 5 words starting with the letter "A".
2) The first player to arrive will write a tongue twister using those five words.
3) After writing the tongue twister the first player will write five "B" words for the second player. The second player will write the B tongue twister AND leave 5 "C" words for the third player...
4) Try all of the tongue twisters that came before yours. Read them out loud quickly!

Note for advanced learners: When writing the letter list try to use words other learners may not know. Use at least one noun, one verb, and one adjective.
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Example
Gamer:
A: awesome, advantage, accused, alert, aardvark

Player 2:
"The awesome aardvark tried to stay alert after he was accused of taking advantage of innocent animals.
B: bask, basket, beast, brave, blaze
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Let's begin! Here are the words for A: acorn, affectionate, anteater, acidic, activate

Who will be the first player?

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Comment by Suela on November 14, 2009 at 16:50
Novelists from the north received a negative notification about the negritude movement in the novels.

outstretched, outskirts, outrage, outright, overcrowded.
Comment by Hanane on November 14, 2009 at 16:13
I think that One has to measure the right magnitude of his abilities in order to maintain the maximum of his equilibrium,either things are supposed to malfunction.

negritude movement, novelists, the North, negative, notification
Comment by Zahra on November 14, 2009 at 11:51
When he lost his leg and was left all a hopeless lame ,he was given a great deal of latitude to lean on anyone he pointed at and lash whatever lamp he wanted....

PS-as there was given four words ,I added "lean on " to the group of words my friend ,Eduardo suggested...

Here are next group of words:
Measure,Magnitude,Maximum,Maintain,Malfunction

Thanks for the creative game ...
Have fun:)
Comment by Ed Palacios on November 11, 2009 at 23:51
I forgot "kook"
A good kook keep a kinckknack kerchief when he knowtow in a kooky keepsake.

Kincknack - inexpensive mass produce article.
Kerchief - handkerchief
kowtow - the act of kneeling and touching the forehead to the ground.
kooky - characteristic of a kook
kook - eccentric person
Comment by Ed Palacios on November 11, 2009 at 23:45
I keep kinckknack kerchief when I kowtow in a kooky keepsake.

L: Lost, Lame, Lamp, lalitude
Comment by selma on November 11, 2009 at 23:10
Hi Tara,
Jolly juggler took jelaous man out of Jack-in-the-box like jube jubes.
kook,kowtow,kooky,knickknack,keepsake, kerchief
Comment by Tara Benwell on November 11, 2009 at 19:40
Selma! That's a tough list! Here goes...
Imbued with the irrefutable issues of ice melting, the impartial president, fresh from his inauguration, imparted his first piece of advice.

J: juggle, jolly, jack-in-the-box, jealous, jube jubes
Comment by selma on November 11, 2009 at 13:34
They designed their home to honore for halloween event, as wearing horrible clothes and acting humour at the party celebrated the holiday.
be imbued with, impart, impartial, inauguration, irrefutable, issue
Comment by Hanane on November 11, 2009 at 11:09
A gallant gardner studied geology, the art of planting geranium and the technique of breeding geese.

halloween , honored, humour, home, horror
Comment by Ed Palacios on November 10, 2009 at 21:57
To exercise every err of my existence excited me with an earnest emotion
F: friend, fry, from, far, finland

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