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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #36041: Spoonerisms
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    A reversal of sounds in two words, with humorous effect. Spoonerisms were named after William Spooner, an English clergyman and scholar of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In one spoonerism attributed to him, he meant “May I show you to another seat?” but said, “May I sew you to another sheet?”From

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    1.Tease my ears

    2.A lack of pies

    3.It's roaring with pain

    4.Wave the sails

    5.A half-warmed fish

    6.Know your blows

    7.Go and shake a tower

    8.Lead of spite

    9.I hit my bunny phone

    10.You hissed my mystery lecture

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