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Practice English Speaking&Listening with: American accent Super fast English | Peppy Pronunciation 35 with Steve Ford

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hello hello hello everybody my name is Steve Ford welcome to your English

lesson today I have a wonderful lesson to help you to speak English faster like

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are you ready let's go check it out check it out check it out check it out

look it up look it up look it up look it up what are you going to do to night

what are you gonna do tonight what are you gonna do tonight check it out what

are you gonna do tonight check it out I've got a lot of money in my pocket

I've got a lot of money in my pocket I've got a lot of money in my pocket

check it out I've got a lot of money in my pocket check it out check it out

check it out look it up look it out what are you gonna do tonight I got a lot of

money in my pocket check it out do you sometimes feel that

your English is a little mechanical maybe a little slow maybe you would like

to speak English a little faster a little bit more quickly if you never

thought about this I really invite you to check it out check it out of course

means to investigate to take a better look

to check it out now when we say that fast there are a lot of things happening

that I'm happy to share with you the first is that when we say check get Dow

the sea disappears we don't pronounce that see second the

a next to that see we can do two things with it first it can be checked get so

it links to the adjacent it check get and then the end becomes down so that T

once again becomes a flap T I don't pronounce the T on the end of out out

Dow check get down now if you want to say it really fast you can actually

change that k to a G sound check get get check it out check it out

when you change it to a G you can pronounce it a lot more quickly so let's

try to do some practice check it out

pretty good again check it out all right and really fast check it out okay

well I was a great job let's now go to the next phrase so many times when we

are looking for things online let's say that you're looking for a restaurant you

can search for it online you can search for that information and you can look it

up look it up look it up you can also take that K and you can transform it

into a G to say it even faster look it up look it up look it up look it up look

it up look it up look it up one more thing is that the P on the end is a

stopped P we start to pronounce it but we never finished I live here I like it

I like it I like it I like it I like it alike

I like it I like it I like it I like it I like it I like it we don't pronounce

the T on the end on it I like it I like it I'm not I'm not saying I like it

no I'm saying I like it what did you do last night

so if you remember that D plus Y becomes did you becomes a J sound what did you

what did you do last night we don't pronounce the T at the end of last and

the same thing for night what did you do last night

you can also ask it in the present what are you going to do tonight becomes what

R so that T becomes a flap T that sounds very odd for many people what are you

gonna do what are you gonna do going to becomes gonna tonight when spoken very

fast do they're in tonight turns into a tough sound a schwa sound so it's not

tonight it's tough tonight you can notice we

don't pronounce the T at the end there again on tonight I got a lot of money in

my pocket I have got can be used in many ways I have got in this case I have the

sentence I have got a lot of I wanted to use both have got and a lot of so the

full sentence is I have got a lot of money in my pocket the long sentence but

we'll break it down in the first part when we say I have got you can say I've

when we link got a lot then it can all link together and we have a lot of flap

t's here we say I got a lotta I got a lotta and we dropped the T off of pocket

pocket I've got a lot of money in my pocket

I've got a lot of money in my pocket I've got a lot of money in my pocket

I've got a lot of money in my pocket what are you gonna do tonight yeah well

after what happened last night what did you do last night me not much but my

brother had a good time

isn't that right Romeo hey well I just got paid and I got a lot of money to

spend you're paying tonight I like it already

where are we going well there's a new club just down the street and I want to

check it out cool what's the name I'm gonna look it up right now on my phone

okay everybody I hope that this lesson was useful for you to see how you can

link words together and speak faster and I hope to see you in our next lesson bye

for now everybody

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