B / P Tongue Twisters

b p tongue twisters

Introduction

Test your ability to go between the voiced and voiceless forms of these plosives with the b / p tongue twisters below!



Tongue Twister List

1. Bankers pull plenty of bills into banks.


2. Big pups bark in parks but plenty of breeds bite.


3. Betty picked plenty of apple bits from the baby’s bib.


4. Blue balloons pop when placed above sharp spikes.


5. A brown apple pip was put on my bottom lip.


6. Ben’s brother, Patrick, beat up Ben’s pal, Bill.


7. Purple bags happen to possess plenty of beauty products.


8. Prepare plenty of beef and potatoes because the people are big.


9. Britney pleaded with Betty to place a big bet on black.


10. Paul baked plenty of baguettes but put butter on the bottom.


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