Give me → Gimme – Natural American English Pronunciation

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New YouTube English Lesson!

Thanks a lot to everyone who answered the survey up on my YouTube Channel (you can still vote here). As of today, the #1 requested lesson type is pronunciation. In this lesson, I’m going to show you the natural American English pronunciation of “give me” “to” and “think about it.” The key sentence all together is this:

Give me a couple of days to think about it…which is usually spoken as…Gimme a kuh puh luh days tuh think uh bow dit. Let’s check out how to sound more natural in English.

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