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‘Chinese tongue twister’
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Non-native speaker
Accent: Swedish
Date: 8/2/2005

Description of what is on the sound file:
This an example of a Mandarin tongue twister. There are quite a few of these in Mandarin and I think it is a fun way to practice pronunciation. On the recording I say the tongue twister twice. First slowly and the a bit faster. Unfortunately I mispronounce one of the words in the slow version. I pronounce 吹 as "shui1" it should be "chui1". In the fast version I get it right though :-).

Transcript of sound file:
青青山上一根藤,青藤底下挂铜铃,风吹藤动铜铃动,风停藤停铜铃停 。

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