Monday, June 20, 2011

Tongue Twister and Tornado!


Have you exercise today?
If not, lets exercise... no,no... no need to go to gym... not a body exercise...
all we have to do is tongue exercise! yes, a tongue!!~

People talks everyday,
People eats everyday,
by using their tongue to talk and taste...
so, why not give them a break and have a small exercise?
Now, lets try "Tongue Twister" in various version all around the world...


English :

Betty Botter bought a bit of butter.
The butter Betty Botter bought was a bit bitter
And made her batter bitter.
But a bit of better butter makes better batter.
So Betty Botter bought a bit of better butter
Making Betty Botter's bitter batter better


French :

Tata, ta tarte tatin tenta Tonton, Tonton tâta ta tarte tatin, Tata
Means : Aunty, your apple tart tempts Uncle; Uncle has touched your apple tart, Aunty

German :

Fischers Fritz fischt frische Fische. Frische Fische fischt Fischers Fritz
Means : Fisherman Fritz fishes fresh fish, fresh fish are fished by fisherman Fritz

Malay :

Kuku kaki kiriku kaku - ku kikis kuku kaki kiriku
Means : My left toenail is stiff - I scrape my left toenail


Hindi :

Chandu ke chacha ne chandu ki chachi ko Chandni Chowk mein chandni raat mein chaandi ki chammach se chatni chataee
Means : Chandu's uncle fed Chandu's aunt chutney with a silver spoon on a moonlit night in Chandni Village

Italy :

Trentatré trentini entrarono a Trento, tutti e trentatré trotterellando
Means : Thirty-three Trentine people came into Trento, all the thirty-three trotting along

Korean :

간장공장 공장장은 강 공장장이고, 된장 공장 공장장은 장 공장장이다
Phonetically : Ganjang-gongjang gongjangjang-eun Kang gongjangjang-igo doenjang-gongjang gongjangjang-eun Chang gongjangjang-ida
Means : The soy sauce plant manager is manager Kang, and soy paste plant manager is manager Chang

Thai :

ชามเขียวคว่ำเช้า ชามขาวคว่ำค่ำ
Phonetically : Chaam khiaw kwam chaaw, chaam chaaw kwam kham
Means : The green bowl is upside-down in the morning, the white bowl is upside down in the evening

Japan :

Bōzu ga byōbu ni jōzu ni bōzu no e o kaita
Means : A priest skillfully drew a picture of a priest on folding screen

Portuguese :

O Rato roeu a roupa do Rei de Roma e a Rainha, raivosa, ras
gou o resto
Means : The rat nibbled the clothes of the Roman King, and the angry Queen teared the rest

Good Luck!
~~Bluuweeekkk~~
By : Wikipedia

3 comments:

Free_Dom90 said...

get my tongue twisted already
so how?

Eyezart said...

haaaa... is it a nice exercise?
now, we can gossiping in a healthier way~ ahaks... XD

Saidy~Go~Lucky said...

hahahaa...wah post dalam bhase ingeris lah..hehe...anyway my tongue had already stucked and got twisted already, now im speechless..heheh3