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yo tengo una muy larga que me salió ayer en el ordenador

Mierdayasehaestropeadolabarraespaciadoradelordenad or

Saludos



Espero que ya esté resuelto tu pequeño problema!

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

Solo ........FYI
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Old August 03, 2009, 02:07 PM
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@Elaina: como ya expliqué, el pueblo se llama San Juan Paricutiro...
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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.
The guys at the shop say it like this:

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

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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".
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Old August 19, 2011, 12:56 AM
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Since this is a site for improving our language skills, I think someone should mention that the word "tongue" is spelt like that.
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Old August 19, 2011, 09:31 AM
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The guys at the shop say it like this:

tres tristes tigres tragamos a las tres tristes trastes. No sé por qué
"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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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.
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Alright everybody. Try this on for size!!! 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
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Another hard tonguetwister in English is:

Fruit float

Try repeating it quickly and I bet you discover flutes and froats....
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lol!!! ¡te creo! That is hard

supercalafragilisticexpialidoceous (spelling may be wrong )

A guy at work watched Mary Poppins, in Spanish I'm assuming, and he says, "superfrajalisticoespuerespiadiloso" I didn't know you could translate that!?!?!?!?!
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lol!!! ¡te creo! That is hard

supercalafragilisticexpialidoceous (spelling may be wrong )

A guy at work watched Mary Poppins, in Spanish I'm assuming, and he says, "superfrajalisticoespuerespiadiloso" 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.
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A guy at work watched Mary Poppins, in Spanish I'm assuming, and he says, "supercalifragilísticoespiralidoso" I didn't know you could translate that!?!?!?!?!
Disney movies have always been very popular, so they have to be adapted to foreign languages.
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