Tongue Twister Collection 1 for Pronouncing /l/ and /r/ (with Audio)

Most Asian English learners are prone to mixing up the pronunciations of L and R. If you are one of them, don’t fret! I will compile all the possible tongue twisters I can find and provide you my own audio pronunciation in my Tongue Twister collections.

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Collection No. 1

Reference: http://international.okanagan.bc.ca/pronunciation/eslp025unit03.pdf

1. Laura and Larry rarely lull their rural roosters to sleep.
2. Sri Lankans are really leery of Landry’s rules.
6. Collecting the corrections is the role of the elderly.
 7. Are Roland and Sally rallying here in their lorry?

9. Yellow arrows frilled with reefed leaves are rarely light.

10. A leaky rear latch on the listing bark lifted right up and the water rushed in.

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