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Elaina August 03, 2009 12:17 PM

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Originally Posted by sosia (Post 44291)
yo tengo una muy larga que me salió ayer en el ordenador

Mierdayasehaestropeadolabarraespaciadoradelordenad or :D :D

Saludos :D


:lol::lol:

Espero que ya esté resuelto tu pequeño problema!:whistling::whistling:

Crotalito........ la palabra que tu escribiste es un pueblo en Michoacan. Fué también el tema de una canción hace unos años atrás.

Solo ........FYI

AngelicaDeAlquezar August 03, 2009 01:07 PM

@Elaina: como ya expliqué, el pueblo se llama San Juan Paricutiro... ;)

caliber1 August 18, 2011 10:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Ashis (Post 43757)
Like me many spanish learners have serious problem with Pronunciation. I have collected two tung-twisters in spanish. may be it would be usefull for removing shakiness of tung. Try to pronounce as fast as possible.

1) Ramon Raton ratoneaba con su raton
rato y rato elmuy tardon.

2) Tres tristes tigresa
comentrigo en un trigal.:angel:

The guys at the shop say it like this:

tres tristes tigres tragamos a las tres tristes trastes. No se porque:confused:

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Originally Posted by CrOtALiTo (Post 43858)
To have who is able to says this.


Parangaricutirimicuaro.


Please you most to repeat that around ten times.

at work when I say this they reply with, "parangaricutirimicuararie".

pjt33 August 18, 2011 11:56 PM

Since this is a site for improving our language skills, I think someone should mention that the word "tongue" is spelt like that.

AngelicaDeAlquezar August 19, 2011 08:31 AM

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Originally Posted by caliber1 (Post 115928)
The guys at the shop say it like this:

tres tristes tigres tragamos a las tres tristes trastes. No sé por qué :confused:

"Worker humor". ;) As if they were taking the place of the three sad tigers, and the rest, to keep the flow with the "trabalenguas".

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Originally Posted by caliber1 (Post 115928)
at work when I say this they reply with, "parangaricutirimicuararie".

They're from Michoacán, so they must be also playing with the sound of the words in tarasco. :)


@Pjt: Thank you. Thread title corrected. :rose:

caliber1 August 19, 2011 10:46 PM

Alright everybody. Try this on for size!!! :wicked: I know one of the most difficult tongue twisters around. You must pronounce it correctly to get the full effect. Ready . . . ?

Toy boat

Seems simple? Say it three times as fast as you can. I guarantee you will get mixed up. Good luck

Oh and for fun.

She sells sea shells by the sea shore

wrholt August 19, 2011 11:03 PM

Another hard tonguetwister in English is:

Fruit float

Try repeating it quickly and I bet you discover flutes and froats....

caliber1 August 19, 2011 11:13 PM

lol!!! ¡te creo! That is hard

supercalafragilisticexpialidoceous (spelling may be wrong :D)

A guy at work watched Mary Poppins, in Spanish I'm assuming, and he says, "superfrajalisticoespuerespiadiloso" :hmm: I didn't know you could translate that!?!?!?!?!

chileno August 20, 2011 07:34 AM

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Originally Posted by caliber1 (Post 115993)
lol!!! ¡te creo! That is hard

supercalafragilisticexpialidoceous (spelling may be wrong :D)

A guy at work watched Mary Poppins, in Spanish I'm assuming, and he says, "superfrajalisticoespuerespiadiloso" :hmm: I didn't know you could translate that!?!?!?!?!

Had to be translated. Else, how could it be said in Spanish? :)

I was taught that "she sells seashells..." one while trying to teach me the "sh" sound.

This was a girl whose name was Cher and I pronounced it as "chair". She would always say "that is something you sit on it", until I got what she was saying, to which I started to reply "I know!". Needless to say, she did not like it. :rolleyes:

AngelicaDeAlquezar August 20, 2011 07:19 PM

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Originally Posted by caliber1 (Post 115993)
A guy at work watched Mary Poppins, in Spanish I'm assuming, and he says, "supercalifragilísticoespiralidoso" :hmm: I didn't know you could translate that!?!?!?!?!

Disney movies have always been very popular, so they have to be adapted to foreign languages. :D


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