Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Welcome to Ask an English Teacher. I'm Amy, ask me anything. Today's question comes from Sa'am. Sa'am thank you so much for your follow up question, excellent question. This question is follow-up from a previous video and I will go ahead and put the link to that video in the description of this video so you can check that one out as well. Sa'am says, I wonder if we can apply these pronunciations to do you all the time. Can we pronounce do you as d'ya and ja. Example: do you live here? Do you live here and do you live here? Fantastic question, thank you. "Do you" can be linked and reduced in questions to sound like d'ya or j'uh or j'oo. In Sa'am's example, do you live here can sound like do you live here or you live here or do you live here. Let's practice some examples. Do you like it? Do you need a ride? Do you have a minute? Do you feel like going for a walk? Last one. Do you think they're coming? I hope this answers your question and I hope it gives you some practice using these different ways to say "do you" in questions. Do you have any questions about English? You can leave them for me in the comment section of this video I'm happy to create follow-up videos or brand new videos about any questions you have in your English studies, thank you so much. I'll see you next time. Bye.