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“h”-deletion with Connected Speech | English Pronunciation Lesson

“h”-deletion with Connected Speech | English Pronunciation Lesson

Practice connected speech when deleting the "h" in certain function words.

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Pronunciation + Listening Practice in English | Ep. 2

Pronunciation + Listening Practice in English | Ep. 2

Practice the transformation of pronunciation in this question and answer to improve your speaking and listening skills in Episode 2.

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Pronunciation + Listening Practice in English! | Stress, Rhythm, Connected Speech, Deletion & Transformation

Pronunciation + Listening Practice in English! | Stress, Rhythm, Connected Speech, Deletion & Transformation

Practice your English pronunciation, including stress, rhythm, connected speech, deletion and transformation, while improving your listening skills!

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“Whaddya” (what + do + you) | English Pronunciation Lesson

“Whaddya” (what + do + you) | English Pronunciation Lesson

Practice asking questions with the phrase "whaddya" (what + do + you) the way Native English speakers do.

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Connected Speech: Consonants + Consonants | English Pronunciation Lesson

Connected Speech: Consonants + Consonants | English Pronunciation Lesson

Use connected speech to link consonants together (C+C) and speak with more efficiency and clarity.

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Consonant + Vowel Pronunciation | Connected Speech | English Pronunciation Lesson

Consonant + Vowel Pronunciation | Connected Speech | English Pronunciation Lesson

One important way in which native English speakers add musicality to their speech is to connect consonants to vowel sounds (C+V). Practice C+ V with this lesson.

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[uw] vowel sound | English Pronunciation Lesson

[uw] vowel sound | English Pronunciation Lesson

This English pronunciation lesson will practice connecting the [uw] vowel sound to words that follow.

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[ow] vowel sound | English Pronunciation Lesson

[ow] vowel sound | English Pronunciation Lesson

Connected speech is most clearly heard when we connect a consonant to a vowel. However, sometimes this consonant-vowel linking comes when two words are connected by two vowels. Learn how to connect vowels in this lesson.

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Connected Speech Practice | English Pronunciation Lesson

Connected Speech Practice | English Pronunciation Lesson

Practice connected speech in this lesson with the sentence "Life is like a box of chocolates" to help you speak with more rhythm and musicality, like a native English speaker.

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Transforming [d] + [y] | English Pronunciation Lesson

Transforming [d] + [y] | English Pronunciation Lesson

You may have noticed that a transformation happens when a word ending in [d] is followed by a word that begins with a [y].

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