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  • hi there Jennifer from Tarle speech with your pronunciation question today's

  • question is about linking and linking is when you see words connected in a

  • sentence and when you do that oftentimes sounds change and this really confuses a

  • lot of my students so today's linking tip is going to be linking with the word

  • you as in y-o-u so the tip today is when a word ends with the D and it's before

  • you then you are going to pronounce that D and you as ju that easy so what

  • you're going to do is if you see a word that ends with the D and then you have

  • you next you're going to touch your teeth for that D sound and then move

  • your tongue back to the middle of your mouth which is going to help you create

  • that j sound so ju-ju and then you're gonna round your lips for that ew sound

  • ju so we have would you could you told you and had you so I told you this was

  • going to be an easy and quick tip I think I had you listening when I told

  • you it was going to make you speak a little faster could you please share

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hi there Jennifer from Tarle speech with your pronunciation question today's

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LINKING - English Pronunciation Lesson: How to Link D with YOU

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    Summer posted on 2020/04/28
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