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Learn about linking ending consonant to beginning vowels just like babies do when they’re immersed in English. This will help smooth out your speech so you sound natural and can speak fast English!
When babies are learning a new language, they often repeat the last word that they hear in a sentence.
When I used to clean up my kid after dinner I would say, “Let’s get you cleaned up.”
And guess what word he used to say back to me?
It wasn’t “up.”
It was “dup.”
The ending D linked onto the beginning vowel.
Linking is so common in American English that he heard that unit as a word. And we love linking in American English. So make sure you take ending consonants and link them onto beginning vowels. So rather than “cleaned up” , think “cleannnnnndup!”