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you must be wondering what is the

difference between a fluent English

speaker and the English you speak you

use almost the same vocabulary you

follow the same dictionary what is that

one thing that differentiates a fluent

English speaker from an average English

one if you notice a fluent English

speaker they make use of a lot of

contractions formal contractions and the

informal contractions formal

contractions such as he's she's you're

there they teach you all these

contractions in school you have studied

them in school but what they don't teach

you in school are informal contractions

and that sometimes makes understanding

native English speakers a little

difficult so in this lesson today I'm

going to help you understand some

informal contractions used by native

English speakers

you'll find these contractions in

English movies you'll never find these

contractions in any English textbooks

because apparently they are informal

because these contractions are always

used in spoken English you do not use

them in in decent English these

contractions make your spoken English

sound natural

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hi guys my name is Madan I welcome you

with a very big heart to let's talk in

this video we will look at some very

interesting words that we can use to

sound fluent if you are new to the

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upload let's get started the first one

we have in the list is Ghana Ghana means

I am going to for example in the

sentence I am going to meet my friend

tonight I am going to meet changes to I

am gonna meet my friend tonight let's

look at my fingers and then do it I am

going to meet my friend tonight it

changes too I am gonna meet my friend

tonight one more time I am gonna meet my

friend tonight lemme lemme is again

something that is not unheard of Lemmy

is let space me in the sentence let me

speak to my brother which means please

allow me to speak to my brother if we

use contraction in this it changes to

let me speak to my brother one more time

let me speak to my brother two words let

me come together and they become lemming

let me speak to my brother

next up in the list is neither neither

is this is contracted form this is the

expanded form need ah for example I need

a pen it changes to I need a pen I need

a pen needa comes together and it

becomes neater neater

let's do together I need a pen I need

let's say let's say book I need a book I

need a sharpener I I I need a chocolate

right now for example up next we have is

outer another very very important

contraction that I have not seen a lot

of people using it

please try using it let's get down to

the meaning outer means out or

for example I'm standing out of this

building it changes to I'm standing

outer this building one more time I'm

standing outer this building another

such example would be for example if you

want to get out of a conversation with

somebody because you are frustrated or

you don't just want to be a part of that

conversation you can say I am out of

this conversation one more time I am out

of this conversation that's right I hope

you're saying it after me next one is

tuna tuna is a contracted form of don't

know well I've seen a lot of kids using

this especially in quite an informal

language local parlance in our world

around us for example I don't know what

she said Changez - I don't know what she

said for example another example for

this would be I don't know what you mean

can't change - I don't know what you

mean I don't know what you mean I don't

know the next one in the list is one of

my most favorite one ones in the list of

contracted forms of words that we use

actually and it is called imma imma is

quite an informal contraction I spent

about 15 years of my life abroad and in

that in that such a long span of time

especially in the initial years I

started seeing all of all of my

classmates using imma imma quite a lot

and I would not understand what they

mean imma primarily means I am going to

for example I am going to the park one

more time I am going to the park changes

to i'ma Park imma to the park

imma to the park another example is I am

going to the party it changes to I'm a

party yes you heard it right although it

sounds a little tricky and slightly

wrong but it is not it is an absolutely

correct sentence in English language I'm

a party it is a very very informal

contraction and it primarily means I am

going to party next one we have is tell

him tell him is something that I've

heard in a lot of songs especially in

Justin Bieber's songs

if you

if you've heard them and tell them

primarily means tell them for example

tell them to lock the door we can use it

like this

tell them to lock to lock the door one

more time

tell them to lock the door no it's time

to look at the next one sorta sorta is

again after i'ma one of my favorite ones

sorta means sort off and I have seen a

lot of my British friends using sort of

sorta sorta everywhere and I thought is

that favourite phrasal verb that they

use together favourite contraction sorta

is sort off for example she is sort of a

good actor and if if you have to say it

fluently in a contracted form you say

she is sorta grata one more time

she is sought a good actor let's move to

the next one now next in the list is

Gacha Gacha is got it what is it

got it it means that you understand

whatever has been said for example if

somebody says got it you respond with a

got it but if somebody says gotcha

what should you respond with gotcha

absolutely next up in the list of

contractions is coz kiss is again a very

very I would not say unheard of but not

a lot of people use it and I'm sure I'm

certain if you use coz in your daily

life as you speak English I think it's

gonna add a lot of charm to your

sentences that you make and people will

listen to you very very carefully

because means because for example I did

that because I wanted to it changes to I

did that cuz I want it to one more time

I did that cuz I wanted to and the last

one in the list that we have is hosta

after quite quite rid quite a rhythm in

itself hosta stands for has to have to

stand stands for have to for example he

has to attend the party he has to

attend the party let's do the contracted

form together he has to attend the party

let's come to have to have I would like

to mention a very important point to

hear have the ver sound the verse sound

in have to changes to fur have to have

tough for example I have to attend the

party for example they have to attend

the party

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and this brings us to the end of this

lesson that is all I have for you in

this lesson I really hope this video

helps you get better at speaking English

fluently by using contractions please

consider me a friend and do let me know

in comments two things number one what

would you like to learn next and number

two how was the video take care god

bless and may all your dreams come true

bye bye

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