Listen to the audio file and repeat these words aloud.
suppose – səˈpəʉz
accept/except – əkˈsɛpt
pencil – ˈpɛnsəl
effect/affect – əˈfɛkt
supply – səˈplɑe
around – əˈræɔnd
banana – bəˈnɐːnɐ
because – bəˈkɔz
desert – ˈdɛzət
about – əˈbaʊt
taken – ˈtæɪkən
infinite – ˈɪnfənət
system – ˈsɪstəm
ə – Tongue Twisters
Practice phrases to read out loud:
- I suppose the banana is dessert.
- The pencil is about to shorten again.
- He’d taken the vitamin again before then.
- The President did an experiment with the cement.
- It’s unacceptable to use changeable supplements.
- University campuses are full of infinite opportunities.
- The student celebrated because he graduated finally.
- The effect of her affecting our accepting was exceptional.
- The difference between dangerous and helplessness is useless.
- National dances done with fanciful lances made the contestants excited.