Relaxed Pronunciation 2

Here are some more examples of relaxed pronunciation in spoken English (I pulled these examples off of wikipedia if you want to check there for more info.


It would
It would be wonderful if you could come to my party.

Ittid [ˈɪɾəd](never written)
Ittid be wonderful if you could come to my party.”

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A lot of
A lot of people will be there.”

A lotta
“A lotta people will be there.”

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“A lotta people will be there.”

Kind of
“It’s kind of a big deal.”

Kinda
“It’s kinda a big deal.”


Out of
“Anyway, you should get out of the house more.”

Outta
“Anyway, you should get outta the house more.”

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“Anyway, you should get outta the house more.”

Sort of
“People think you’re some sort of hermit.”

Sorta
“People think you’re some sorta hermit.”


Going to
“There’s going to be cake.”

Gonna
“There’s gonna be cake.”


Got to
“It’s red velvet, you’ve got to try it.”

Gotta
“It’s red velvet, you gotta try it.”

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“There’s gonna be cake. It’s red velvet, you gotta try it.”

Have to/ Want to
“You don’t have to come if you don’t want to.

Hafta/ Wanna
“You don’t hafta come if you don’t wanna.”

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