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  1. Hello everyone! I have always been fond of tongue twisters and I also find them very helpful when it comes to helping a person with English pronunciation and diction. For me, it's a fun and informal way of learning English. I'm actually trying to introduce tongue twisters to my 6-year-old boy right now and somehow he's having a good time doing it. My all time favorite is the Peter Piper tongue twister. How about you guys, what's your favorite tongue twister?
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