I’m studying ‘Poetry’ with my Year 8 English class at the moment; and all things alliteration and assonance were on the menu last week. So I shared with them the tongue-twister:
Unique New York
which uses the ‘u’ vowel sound (and also the ‘n’ consonant) but the tongue-twister I want to post as *my* ‘most fun ‘U’ example’ uses both the ‘u’ vowel sound and ‘st’, ‘sh’ and ‘ch’ as well:
If Stu chews shoes, should Stu choose the shoes he chews?
More complex = more fun, don’t you think? Tongue-twister courtesy pun.me again 🙂
Anyway, I hope you enjoyed it, and have a great day, dear Reader!