Savvy 2 第二招
Vowel and Vowel 元音与元音
When a word ends in a vowel sound and the next word begins with a vowel sound, they are connected with a glide between the two vowels.
I also need the other one.
A glide is either a slight y sound or a slight w sound. How do you know which one to use? This will take care of itself-the position your lips are in will dictate either y or w.
For example, if a word ends in  your lips are going to be in the forward position, so a  quite naturally leads into the next sound-go away. After a long  sound, your lips will be pulled back far enough to create a  glide or liaison-I also need the other one.
he is -->  stay on --> I am --> 
go on--> how about--> who is-->
ray is, way up, we are, she understands, he enters, he ignores, they open, I ask, we appreciate, they apply, my ultimate, who are, vow about, shoe on, so all, bow in, you ask, throw it, allow all, clue about, so on.
That boy is getting tall.
That toy always makes noise.
Be sure to weigh it.
Did they apply already?
Why does he ignore me?
We appreciate your offer.
The balloon is way up there.
My innocence saved me.
I think she understands you.
They uttered good morning.
We all want you to stay on for a few days.
When is this day over?
You take the upper bunk.
They open the doors at ten.
How many rides did you go on?
I sew all my own dresses.
Let's row out to the island.
Pretty soon this will all blow over.
Please throw it in the trash.
Mr. How is my math teacher.
Be careful not to mow over the holes
You must have something to glow about.
My toe is swollen.
Why wrinkle your brow in that way?
You don't need to bow in the US.
Put your other shoe on, please.