Whaddaya is the usual pronunciation of the questions “What do you~” and “What are you ~” For today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you how whaddaya is used in everyday, natural English conversation.
Here are the example sentences:
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- What are you doing? is usually pronounced, Whaddaya doing?
- What are you wearing to the party? is usually pronounced, Whaddaya wearing to the party?
- What are you going to do tomorrow? is usually pronounced, Whaddaya gonna do tomorrow.
- What do you think?, is usually pronounced, Whaddaya think?
- What do you like to listen to?, is usually pronounced, Whaddaya like to listen to?
- What do you want to do tomorrow? is usually pronounced, Whaddaya wanna do tomorrow?
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