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    Smile tongue twisters

    Hello there! I have been incorporating tongue twister exercises in my classes to practice as well as correct my students' pronunciation. Is this okay? What other effective and fun exercises can I use to improve their pronunciation?

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    Re: tongue twisters

    As long as they enjoy them- it does give a chance to practise specific sounds, and can be a bit theatrical, which can help some look at the sounds in a light-hearted way.

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