Tongue Twisters from other languages.

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Re: Tongue Twisters from other languages.

#21  Postby Aca » Mar 23, 2011 12:53 pm

Serbian


Opančićem ću te, opančićem ćeš me


(I'll hit you with a shoe, you'll hit me with a shoe)

Č -> Ch

Ć -> Ch again but very soft

Š - > Sh
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Re: Tongue Twisters from other languages.

#22  Postby natselrox » Mar 23, 2011 7:52 pm

What a douche, that researcher! :roll:

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Interesting point. I have no knowledge concerning TTs in a foreign language.

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Re: Tongue Twisters from other languages.

#23  Postby Wiðercora » Mar 23, 2011 9:57 pm

My girlfriend just gave me the following Spanish one:

Poquito a poquito Paquito empaca poquitas copitas en pocos paquetes.

(Roughly translated: Little by little Paco packed small cups into a few packets)
If the unemployed learned to be better managers they would be visibly better off, and I fancy it would not be long before the dole was docked correspondingly.
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