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alright guys welcome to this episode of

the English breakdown today I want to

break down this sentence it annoyed us

it annoyed us and when I say this

quickly

it sounds like it annoyed us it annoyed

us you'll notice there how it kind of

becomes one word it annoyed us it

annoyed us and when I stick it all

together and speak with connected speech

using an Australian accent it sounds

like it annoyed us so the first thing

that I want to mention there is the fact

that in English and this isn't just a

strand in English but in many different

types of English the mouth thing is

following me when a tea is surrounded by

two valves in the case here it's

surrounded by an i and an a the tea

turns into a D sound so instead of two

you're going to hear a dirty deed

annoyed us it annoyed us so what's

happened there is that we want to

connect it and annoyed and by putting

the tea onto the front of annoyed eared

annoyed us it becomes a lot easier to

say as a D instead of a tea it tinnitus

is a bit of a difficult way to say it

annoyed us aside from that at the start

here as this is obviously a pretty

simple sentence you'll hear at the end

here that the D has gone on to the front

of us and turned it into dust or this

becomes that English swore schwa

I want to say that I'm upside down a

symbol is probably going to look like an

A if what we've done it wrong but the

schwรถre where you're going to hear dust

dust dust it annoyed dust earth so

instead of us you're going to hear earth

earth it annoyed us so anyway I hope you

liked that episode of of the English

breakdown guys I'm trying to do these to

give you a bit of an idea of how I

pronounce English as

native see you in the next episode

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