Tongue twisters with M
Tongue twisters are sentences that are difficult to say or repeat several times without making mistakes. These tongue twisters with M are great fun for practicing the pronunciation of the M sound. They also make for a fun filler, warmer, or closing activity for any English class.
So far, on this page, there are 26 tongue twisters with the free PDF download above containing 17 of them.
The tongue twisters with M are –
1- My dame has a lame tame crane. My dame has a crane that is lame.
Pray, gentle Jane, let my dame’s tame crane feed and come home again.
2 – A missing mixture measure.
3 – Mary makes a mess most Mondays.
4 – Macho musclemen moving mountains at midday.
5 – I miss my Swiss miss and my Swiss miss misses me.
6 – A minimum of cinnamon wrapped in aluminium.
7 – Why may we melee, when we may waylay?
8 – Many an anemone sees an enemy anemone.
9 – Many modest monks meditating minds.
10 – Mommy made me eat my M&Ms.
11 – A maid named Lady Marmalade made mainly lard and lemonade.
12 – Mike makes money mincing meat for mystery meals.
13 – Mellow magic monkeys munching moist mangoes.
14 – Mary Mac’s mother’s making Mary Mac marry me. My mother’s making me marry Mary Mac. Will I always be so merry when Mary’s taking care of me? Will I always be so merry when I marry Mary Mac?
15 – Mumble mouth, mumble mouth, mumble mouth.
16 – Moose noshing much mush.
17 – Male monkeys mopping malls in March.
18 – Many mashed mushrooms.
19 – Midget minute, midget minute, midget minute.
20 – Mummies make money.
21 – Come, come, stay calm, stay calm. No need for alarm, It only hums, It doesn’t harm.
22 – My mommy makes me muffins on Mondays.
23 – The master mechanics mends modern motors, but many are mad and mend them in meadows.
24 – Imagine an imaginary menagerie manager imagining managing an imaginary menagerie?
25 – Miss Smith dismissed me.
26 – My tummy rumbles, my tummy rumbles, my tummy rumbles.
Another enjoyable activity is to get your class to create their own tongue twisters. You can provide them with a list of parts of speech such as adjectives, nouns, and verbs that all start with a certain letter to help them. Alternatively, you can let your students use dictionaries.
There are many more letter-focused tongue twisters here at ESL Vault. Be sure to check the pronunciation section or just use the search bar at the top of the page to find them.
For more practice of the letter M sound, there is also the page of M and N minimal pairs with picture cards.