Kim Anna Katzer, German native, a specialized translator for engineering for Spanish and English source texts. Translation is her profession but she is in love with words. Everything around writing, wording, word games and idioms is her hobby. She just recently entered the market as a professional translator and writer. More information about her is on www.beautifulwords.de
After having provided you with a bunch of tongue twisters, now you can go to the next level with tongue twister poems. Use tongue twister poems for challenges between friends, greeting cards and so much more.
After programming a website, Jeff Widderich and Andrew Stuart came up with an app to make words from letters. What do they think about letter games and how do they want to go on? Read the full interview and find out.
Playing Words with Friends is not just about winning, it’s about gathering achievements in Words with Friends too. There are many achievements that can be gathered based on words, letters, and even games. Have a look at what you can achieve.
You can improve your articulation of German words by training with German tongue twisters. Professional presenters use them to warm up before a speech and use tongue twisters in foreign languages to get used to the pronunciation.
If you’ve ever tried to say “Williy’s really weary” thrice really fast you know what I mean. I bet you quickly felt like your tongue was twisted. Tongue twisters are usually used by professional speakers to train their articulation and to warm up before a speech or a presentation. You can use them too, to untwist your tongue.