Tongue twisters, which stretch the muscles involved in speech, are beneficial for improving pronunciation. Even native speakers find tongue twisters challenging! Because of their odd makeup, they are challenging to work with.
Begin by speaking them slowly and then increase your pace as you gain confidence. In addition to speaking swiftly, strive to enunciate words as clearly as possible. Tongue twisters are articulation exercises used by performers, journalists, artists, and radio/TV hosts.
Here is a list of the top tongue twisters with N:
1. Nick knits Nixon’s knickers.
2. Ninety-nine knitted knick-nacks were nicked by ninety-nine knitted knick-nack nickers.
3. Nine nimble noblemen nibbled nuts.
4. Nine nice night nymphs.
5. Never notice the nine canines near noon.
6. Nattie fight night is first.
7. Nick knits Nixon’s knickers.
8. New few nights its new bar.
9. Ninety-nine nuts for nothing.
10. Ned Nott was shot and Sam Shott was not.
11. Not these things here, but those things there.
12. Ninety-nine knitted knick-nacks were nicked.
13. Nick has a nice nike
14. No noise need neither mistreat
15. Never say never no matter ever
In conclusion, your pronunciation will improve and you will sound more confident while speaking if you can master it.
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