She sells sea shells by the sea shore.
/ʃiː selz siː ʃelz baɪ ðə siː ʃɔːr/
A proper copper coffee pot.
/ə ˈprɑːpər ˈkɑːpər ˈkɔːfiː pɑːt/
The blurry blue vines are in my back vision.
/ðiː (blurry) bluː vaɪnz ɑːr ɪn maɪ bæk ˈvɪʒən/
Eve entered easily as Earl edited his easel.
/iːv ˈentərd ˈiːzəliː æz ɜːrl ˈedɪtɪd hɪz (easel)/
Rolling red wagons.
/ˈroʊlɪŋ red wægz/
Betty bought a bit of butter, but the butter Betty bought was bitter.
/(Betty) bɔːt ə bɪt əv ˈbʌtər bʌt ðə ˈbʌtər (Betty) bɔːt wʌz ˈbɪtər/
So Betty bought some better butter to make her batter better.
/soʊ (Betty) bɔːt sʌm ˈbetər ˈbʌtər tuː meɪk hɜːr ˈbætʌr ˈbetər/