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Tongue Twisters 2

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  • Red Buick, blue Buick. Red Buick, blue Buick. Red Buick, blue Buick.
  • Blake the baker bakes black bread.
  • Bad black bran bread. Bad black bran bread. Bad black bran bread.
  • A box of mixed biscuits.
  • X-ray checks clear chests.
  • Can an active actor always actually act accurately?
  • Darn, Dan dropped the darned dessert.
  • The Doge did what a Doge does, when a Doge does his duty to a Duke.
  • Four fliers flip flop.
  • Three fluffy feathers fell from Phoebe’s flimsy fan.
  • Good blood, bad blood. Good blood, bad blood. Good blood, bad blood.
  • Cows graze in droves on grass that grows on grooves in groves.
  • How many boards could the Mongols hoard if the Mongol hordes got bored?
  • A gentle judge judges justly.
  • “What ails Alex?” asks Alice.
  • Little licorice lollipops. Little licorice lollipops. Little licorice lollipops.
  • Lemon lime liniment. Lemon lime liniment. Lemon lime liniment.
  • The minx mixed a medicine mixture.
  • Mommy made me eat my M&Ms on a Monday.
  • Norse myths, Norse myths, Norse myths.
  • Nine nice night nymphs. Nine nice night nymphs. Nine nice night nymphs.
  • All I want is a proper cup of coffee made in a proper copper coffee pot.
  • A knapsack strap. A knapsack strap. A knapsack strap.
  • Paul, please pause for proper applause.
  • Please place the pleated pressed pants on the plain pressing plank.
  • Rolling red wagons. Rolling red wagons. Rolling red wagons.
  • The queen in green screamed. The queen in green screamed. The queen in green screamed.
  • Rhys watched Ross switch his Irish wristwatch for a Swiss wristwatch.
  • Sheena leads, Sheila needs. Sheena leads, Sheila needs. Sheena leads, Sheila needs.
  • Seth at Sainsbury’s sells thick socks.
  • Santa’s short suit shrunk slightly.
  • I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!
  • Six sleek swans swam swiftly southwards to the sea.
  • Three free through trains. Tea for the thin twin tinsmiths.
  • Through three cheese trees three free fleas flew.
  • Two tried and true tridents. Two tried and true tridents. Two tried and true tridents.
  • Three thin thieves thought a thousand thoughts.
  • Father, mother, sister, brother – hand in hand with one another.
  • They threw three thick things.
  • Thirty thousand thoughtless boys thought they would make a thundering noise.
  • Is this the thing? – Yes, this is the thing.
  • An undertaker undertook to undertake an undertaking.
  • Titanium uranium undoes your cranium.
  • Seventy seven benevolent elephants. Seventy seven benevolent elephants.
    Seventy seven benevolent elephants.
  • What veteran ventriloquist whistles?
  • Which wishy-washy washerwoman wants to watch?
  • War-weary warriors. War-weary warriors. War-weary warriors.
  • Wayne went to Wales to watch walruses.
  • Willy’s real rear wheel

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