New YouTube Lesson – Linking Sounds In English – Natural American Pronunciation

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New on YouTube! Native English speakers, especially Americans, generally like a smooth flow of air to come out when they are speaking. The words of a phrase or a sentence tend to flow into each other without a break in the sound or the flow of air. Technically, this is is called liaison and in everyday English we called it blending or reduction. In this lesson, we will look at the natural American English pronunciation of:
I was up until 12 last night…which sounds like…I wuh-zuh-pun-til 12 lah-snight Check it out!

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