One of the interesting aspects of English, especially American English, is that when we speak we tend to connect the words in each sentence. Quite often the end of one-word connects or links to the beginning of the next word. A lot of English teachers call this liaison and I’d like to practice this idea with you today.
Understanding this style of speaking can help your English improve in both listening and speaking. As I’ve said before, it’s not that important for you to speak this way, but of course if you do you’ll sound more natural. It is however very important for you to understand how native speakers pronounce words in sentences and this understanding will help you improve your listening skills.
Here are the example sentences from this episode. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or join my Podcast Learner’s Group for the transcript, live group lessons, and more.
- Let’s have ham and eggs on a bagel.
- Let’s have hah-mah-negg zah-na bagel.
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