Study real American English conversation. Learn about reductions, contractions, the pronunciation of 'the', the idiom 'to be on a kick', the idiom 'mess up', -ing words, the words 'whoops' and 'crap', and the reduction of 'and' -- all while making … [Read more...]
Study the TO BE contractions (I'm, you're, etc.): how to pronounce them, and how often they are used in conversational English.
By request, this video goes over the I'm gonna reduction. Have you ever noticed that Americans will reduce reductions? I'm gonna can be reduced several different ways, each with a simplified pronunciation. Learn the different ways to reduce this … [Read more...]
"It's time to go!" "We're going to be late!" When someone needs you go get going, respond with "I'm coming!" Learn how to say this phrase comfortably in conversational English: what words or syllables to reduce, how to link everything together, … [Read more...]
Study conversational English in this interview with NBC Broadcaster Erica Hill. See how even professionals use reductions and contractions all the time, and learn some new vocabulary. Look out -- Ms. Hill talks very fast! YouTube blocked? Click … [Read more...]
Thank you. You're welcome! Learn how to say this phrase comfortably in conversational English: what words or syllables to reduce, how to link everything together, and the melodic shape of the phrase. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the … [Read more...]
I’m, you’re, they’re, and so on are the TO BE contractions. In this real life English conversation study, you’ll notice lots of TO BE contractions are use. Bonus! Hear the idiom ‘my dogs are barking’ in real conversational English. YouTube … [Read more...]
This video goes over how to pronounce A BUNCH of the contractions we use every day in conversational English. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzhjD-XrYjg Video Text: I've had some requests to go … [Read more...]