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Practice English Speaking&Listening with: Australian English Connected Speech Part 5 | Learn Australian Pronunciation | Australian Accent

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g'day guys welcome to this episode of of

the English breakdowns where I break

down the English spoken by Aussies

spoken by natives so I'm here today with

these two sentences

eg order fish and chips yes she ordered

it yes she ordered it how do these

change did she did she order fish and

chips so the first thing that's going on

here is obviously that order in an

Australian accent sounds like it ends

with the sound ah and a H kind of sound

ah so you're going to hear order instead

of like order if you were in America

fish and chips

fish and chips often gets contracted

down to just fish and chips so it sounds

like an N fish and chips

fish and chips fish and chips fish and

chips and you're going to see this

written to quite often where the pasta

fees on one side of the other or both so

you're going to have fish and chips did

she order fish and chips did she order

fish and chips another thing that I want

to state here is that quite often native

English speakers anywhere in the

english-speaking world get rid of the

orbital reverb at the front of questions

and they might just say she oughta

fish-and-chips she oughta fish and chips

and you're going to hear how my voice

kind of raises there that's sort of to

make sure people know that it's a

question because of the intonation

rising at the end there she oughta fish

and chips she oughta fish and chips in

the second sentence you'll notice that

I've said yep and yep is a very

colloquial way of saying yes but it's

very very common you can hear people

reply to questions all the time with

just yep or yeah another thing to note

here is that ordered there's a

pronunciation shift from this R sound to

an a kind of sound I think it's the

schwa in English so I say or Duff or

Duff but when it's in the past tense

I say ordered ordered order ordered

or Duff ordered he ordered she ordered

they ordered they were ordered it was

ordered et cetera ordered ordered so

it's almost like just a good sound

almost like dhih dhih dhih my writing

with this is atrocious the last thing

that i wanted to talk about is the fact

that this d jumps on to it and it sounds

like order did order did so also that t

turns into a decent ordered it ordered

it so you'll notice there that the t's

gone and it's just this i and this D

have connected yep she ordered it she

ordered did she ordered it it's hard to

say slowly because it sounds a bit weird

but if you were to speak quickly like a

native you're going to say she ought of

the fish and chips she order it yep she

ordered it she ordered it she ordered

the fish and chips she ordered it anyway

guys I hope you liked that episode I'm

still learning how to do this so there's

a bit of a mess but let me know what you

think and let me know if you've tried

fish and chips comment below so you guys

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