Милена
Community Tutor
1. Как часто вы используете скороговорки в изучении русского языка или любого иностранного языка? Вы знакомы с этой скороговоркой: «Тридцать три корабля лавировали, лавировали, да не вылавировали» Какая по вашему мнению самая сложная скороговорка? How often do you use tongue twisters in learning Russian or any foreign language? You are familiar with this tongue twister: «Тридцать три корабля лавировали, лавировали, да не вылавировали». What do you think is the most difficult tongue twister?
Nov 5, 2021 10:17 AM
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Hello Milena, I didn't know this Russian tongue twister. It is a good one. I don't use very often tongue twisters. It depends on the student as well. But I enjoy learning new tongue twisters. My Spanish students find it very tough to say: She sells seashells by the seashore. Unless you have problems with the sounds S and SH, it is pretty easy. Slavic ones seem much more difficult. Let me give you a Bulgarian one to try: Крал Карл и кралица Клара крали кларинети./King Carl and Queen Clara were stealing clarinets. :) Not bad, right? However, I think, though that the hardest tongue twisters are in Polish. How about this one? W Szczebrzeszynie chrząszcz brzmi w trzcinie/In Szczebrzeszyn a beetle buzzes in the reed.
Nov 6, 2021 10:32 PM
Милена
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