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

lesson today as requested I have another great lesson for people who are learning

English and want to speak it fast like a native speaker are you ready let's go

so I really invite you to smash that like button and also to subscribe to my

channel if you haven't already and today we have a video where we're going to

take some well-known phrases that are used in English and I'm going to show

you how to say them slowly at normal speed and then how to speed them up so

that you can speak more naturally more like a native speaker it is what it is

it is what it is it is what it is it is what it is what are you going to

do what are you gonna do or get about it forget about it at the end of the day at

the end of the day you've got to do what you've got to do you've got to do what

you got to do it is what it is it is what it is it is what it is it is what

it is the first one is it is what it is it is what it is now before we get into

how to pronounce it how to link those words together you want to understand

how we use it and what situations we would use it so for example if you

decide to go to a casino and you want to play a game then you have to play by the

rules of that casino and you could win great but you also could lose and if

you're playing cards even if it's with your friends and you lose well it is

what it is you lost and maybe the next time you'll do better maybe you'll win

next time it is what it is so this is an expression that we use when we face

things in life that we have no control over and we just have to accept things

for the way they are so let's try to go through this slowly it is what it is in

full form nobody says it like that so we

to take a lot of the T's in this sentence and we want to turn them into

flap t's so they sound for us like DS and for a lot of you they sound like

utter that do at the end of error so we would say it is wha did is a little

faster it is what it is and then really fast it is what it is it is what it is

it is what it is now I'm sure that you've heard in life as a philosophy

that if you don't take any risks then also the reward what you can receive

back also is small so sometimes the bigger the risk also the bigger the

reward now sometimes when we're dating for example we can fall in love and then

we break up people get married and they can get divorced but this is part of the

risk that you take so if something goes wrong in a relationship and then you

break up what are you gonna do what are you going to do so this is an expression

which is similar to it is what it is it's the same meaning here but we're

using what are you going to do once again we do a flap T on that what and it

becomes what are what are what are we can say it much faster that way what are

it almost sounds like water but not exactly what are and then going to

becomes guna and then do so what are you gonna do what are you gonna do what are

you gonna do now let's say you're a big sports fan and you follow your team

everywhere they go they make it to the championship and they lose the

championship it happens and the best thing you can do is forget about it

forget about it maybe they'll win next year but this

year you just put it out of your mind and you you forget about it now I

mentioned this in another video how to say this quickly

and once again we want to use those flap tees forget about it becomes forget

about it and you can see that the tea on the end of it we don't pronounce forget

about it forget about it forget about it ah my team lost well forget about it

just forget about it another expression that you will hear a lot of people you

heard on the news on TV TV announcers even people use it at the end of the day

and what it means is that you can talk about this you can talk about that but

in the end the most important thing is if I give you money in one hand and love

in the other what is more important well for me personally at the end of the day

love is much more important relationships with people for me

personally at the end of the day relationships with people are much more

important than money now some people are more practical about

this and at the end of the day when they put both on the scale they feel that

money is is more important and I mean it is what it is that I respect that to

everybody has a different opinion so the t's linked together at the at the

just one T there at the and then at the end uh and then of becomes uh uh uh at

the end uh at the end of the day that the data that at the end of the day

you've got to do what you've got to do another expression that you will hear

this is when we have to do things not necessarily we want to do them but we

have to do them sometimes and we say in the full form you have got to do what

you have got to do nobody says it like that we would say you gotta

do what you gotta do so you can see that we relaxed the t's

here you gotta you gotta and then what you gotta so if we say it faster you

gotta do what you gotta do now you'll notice that when I say it faster like

that I'm taking the second part what you the T why and I'm changing that to a CH

sound you gotta do what you chew you got to do what you've got to do okay

everybody I hope that you enjoyed this lesson in case you haven't done so you

can subscribe to my channel watch more videos and I hope to see you next time

in our English lesson bye for now

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