Updated: Jul 11, 2020
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The #pronunciation of the English 'th' sound is particularly problematic for Italians. For example, if the English word 'three' [Italian: tre] is not pronounced correctly then listeners may, instead, understand the word 'tree' [Italian: albero] or even 'free' [Italian: libero]. Potentially embarrassing! Therefore pay attention to your pronunciation! Here is an excellent tongue-twister to give you lots of practice.
PS: Don’t worry! Here is the Italian translation: Tre ladri magri pensavano a mille pensieri. Se tre ladri magri pensavano a mille pensieri a quanti pensieri ciascun ladro pensava?
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