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Jersey Tongue Twisters
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1st International Collection of Tongue Twisters
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1

Quat' caûds cats,
chînq tchians g'lés.

2

Mes moûques à myi m'êmoûquent un mio.

3

Oulle a lanchi lé lîncheu chîn et là.

4

Tes trais tries tril'yîtent tan trousseau.

5

Aîdgiz-lî à viédgi l'ieau.

6

Tchi choc! Tchiqu'un châque tchiques chiques!

7

Eune chiviéthe dans un chînm'tchiéthe.

8

J'sis à chèrchi ches sannouiches sans saûciches.

9

S'ou chouaîsissiz ches chours, né chouaîsissiz pon ches siêx chours-chîn.

10

Lé tchéthtchi trébutchit sus la chiviéthe et tchiyit à bon'-tchu.

11

Lé vétérinnaithe veurt vaie la vaque à Mess Vibèrt.

12

Lé plionmi a pitchi les pînchettes au tchèrpentchi.

13

La tchilieuvre a tchilyi tchiques tchoeurs.

14

Lé cacheux chantait châque chanson qu'i connaîssait.

15

Rat' a coue, aînchîn' a cat.

16

Lé jour dé tchi tch'i' tchit tant d'plyie.

17

Du fi filé pouor faithe du filin.

18

Un gros gras gris cat
dans un gros gras gris creux.

19

Tch'est qu'oulle a?
Ch'est un cat qu'oulle a.

20

Tan meûthyi a-t-i' des meûthes et les meûthes sont-i' meûthes?

21

Tchi tèrre a, dgèrre a.

22

Êcrépionnéthi'ous bein eune néthe poule?

Rough Translations

  1. up Four warm cats, five frozen dogs.
  2. up My bees wake me up a bit.
  3. up She has thrown the sheet hither and thither
  4. up Your three sows ripped your trousseau.
  5. up Help him to empty the water.
  6. up What a shock! Someone is shaking some rags!
  7. up A wheelbarrow in a cemetery.
  8. up I am looking for these sausageless sandwiches.
  9. up If you choose these cabbages, don't choose these six cabbages.
  10. up The ploughman tripped over the wheelbarrow and fell head over heels.
  11. up the vet wants to see Mr Vibert's cow.
  12. up The plumber threw the pliers to the carpenter.
  13. up The snake picked some cherries.
  14. up The driver sang every song he knew.
  15. up A rat has a tail like a cat has.
  16. up The day on which it rained so much.
  17. up Some spun thread to make twine.
  18. up A big fat grey cat in a big fat grey hole.
  19. up What has she got? It's a cat she's got.
  20. up Has your berry bush got berries and are the berries ripe?
  21. up Whoever has land, has war. (A proverb which means that neighbours are always fighting.)
  22. up Would you really remove the parson's nose from a black hen?

Mèrcie bein des fais

Geraint Jennings

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