Tongue twisters were created in the 19th century for fun and entertainment. They quickly became a tool for speech therapy and preparation before public speaking. These hard-to-pronounce words and phrases work as a physical exercise for your tongue, lips, and cheeks. Even kids who don’t appreciate forced learning can be thrilled by them.
Stress is a feeling of pressure and strain. Stress in small amounts can be beneficial and improve someone’s cognitive and physical performance but too much stress can be harmful.
Students are among those who are likely to experience too much stress, especially those who just finished high school and are about to get into college or university.
Grammar is the cornerstone of English knowledge. Without a proper understanding of grammar, it’s difficult to express your thoughts and ideas or to get your message across in general. Grammar helps transfer meaning through word structures, phrases, clauses, sentences, or even complete structured texts.