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The ue ending of the word seems to be a fourteenth-century attempt to show "proper pronunciation", but it is "neither etymological nor phonetic". Structure[ edit ] The underside of a human tongue, showing its rich blood supply. The tongue is a muscular hydrostat that forms part of the floor of the oral cavity. The left and right sides of the tongue are separated by a vertical section of fibrous tissue known as the lingual septum. This division is along the length of the tongue save for the very back of the pharyngeal part and is visible as a groove called the median sulcus.
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All levels and ages enjoy tongue twisters. They work well as a warm up to get students speaking, and they help students to practise pronouncing difficult sounds in English. Kate Joyce Procedure Write some English tongue twisters on the board or on pieces of paper to distribute to students. Ask them to read the tongue twisters aloud. Then three times in a row.
Description[ edit ] The groundhog is the largest sciurid in its geographical range. Adults are 16 to 20 inches 40—50 cm long, including a six inch 15 cm tail. Progressive higher weights are attained each year for the first 2—3 years after which weights plateau. Constant usage wears them down again by about that much each week. Unlike other sciurids, the groundhog's tail is comparably shorter — only about one-fourth of body length.