Tuesday, June 1, 2010


Twimericks are a tongue twister and a limerick all mixed together. Take a look inside the book.
Twimericks are written as a poem and they are very funny and difficult to pronounce. They often contain onomatopeias,hyperboles, puns and other figurative devices.
It doesn't matter if you don't understand the Twimericks, just appreciate its rhythm, the places where pauses are made and the way the beats flow.
Listen to these children trying to say some of them.

Difficult, eh? Now try it yourself. Read a twimerick or two as fast as you can!


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