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Exercise 1-53: Reduced Sounds CD 2 Track 26

Read aloud from the right-hand column. The intonation is marked for you.

To Looks Like... Sounds Like...

today [t'day]

The preposition to tonight [t'night]

usually reduces so tomorrow [t'mrou]

much that it's like to work [t'wrk]

dropping the vowel. to school [t' school]

Use a t' or t to the store [t' th' store]

sound to replace We have to go now. [we hft go no]

to. He went to work [he went work]

They hope to find it. [they houpt fine dit]

I can't wait to find out. [i cn(t)wai(t)t fine dot]

We don't know what to do. [we dont know w'(t)t' do]

Don't jump to conclusions. [dont j'm t' c'ncloozh'nz]

To be or not to be... [t'bee(y)r nt t' bee]

He didn't get to go. [he din ge(t)t gou]

If that same to He told me to help. [he told meed help]

follows a vowel

sound, it will She told you to get it. [she tol jood geddit]

become d' or d. I go to work [ai goud wrk]

at a quarter to two [d kworder d two]

The only way to get it is... [thee(y)only wayd geddidiz]

You've got to pay to get it. [yoov gdd payd geddit]

We plan to do it. [we pln d do it]

Let's go to lunch. [lets goud lunch]

The score was 4 ~ 6 [th' score w'z for d six]

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Exercise 1-53: Reduced Sounds continued CD 2 Track 26

To Looks Like... Sounds Like...

It's the only way to do it. [its thee(y)ounly weid do

(w) 't]

So to speak... [soda speak]

I don't know how to say it. [i don(t)know hwd say(y)

it]

Go to page 8. [goud pay jate]

Show me how to get it. [show me hod geddit]

You need to know when to do [you nee(d)d nou wend do

it. (w) it]

Who's to blame? [hooz d blame]

At We're at home. [wirt home]

At is just the I'll see you at lunch. [iyl see you(w)t

opposite of to. It's a lunch]

small grunt followed Dinner's at five. [d'nnerz (t) five]

by a reduced [t]. Leave them at the door. [leevm th door] (t)

The meeting's at one. [th' meeding z't w'n]

He's at the post office. [heez the poussdffs]

(t)

They're at the bank. [thεr th' bnk]

(t)

I'm at school. [im school] (t)

If at is followed by a I'll see you at eleven. [iyl see you(w)d

vowel sound, it will lεv'n]

become 'd or d. He's at a meeting. [heez' d meeding]

She laughed at his idea. [she lf ddi zy deey]

One at a time [wnd time]

We got it at an auction. [we gdidd nksh'n]

The show started at eight. [th' show stardd date]

The dog jumped out at us. [th' dg jump do dds]

I was at a friend's house. [i w'z'd' frenz hos]

It Can you do it? [k'niu do(w)'t]

It and at sound the Give it to me. [g'v'(t)t' me]

same in context — Buy it tomorrow. [bi(y) (t) t' mrrow]

['t] It can wait. ['t c' n wait]

Read it twice. [ree d'(t)twice]

Forget about it! [frgedd' bodit]

...and they both turn Give it a try. [givid try]

to 'd or d between

vowels or voiced Let it alone. [ledid lone]

consonants. Take it away. [tay kida way]

I got it in London. [i gdidin l'nd'n]

What is it about? [w'd'z'd'bot]

Let's try it again. [lets try'd' gen]

Look! There it is! [lük there'd'z]

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Exercise 1-53; Reduced Sounds continued CD 2 Track 26

For Looks Like... Sounds Like...

This is for you. [th's'z fr you]

It's for my friend. [ts fr my friend]

A table for four, please. [ table fr four, pleeze]

We planned it for later. [we plan dit fr layd'r]

For example, for instance [fregg zmple] [frin st'nss]

What is this for? [w'd'z this for] (for is not reduced at

What did you do it for? [w'j' do(w)it for] the end of a sentence)

Who did you get it for? [hoojya geddit for]

From It's from the IRS. [ts frm thee(y)i(y) ress]

I'm from Arkansas. [im fr'm rk' ns]

There's a call from Bob. [therz cll fr'm Bb]

This letter's from Alaska! [this ledderz frm lsk]

Who's it from? [hoozit frm]

Where are you from? [wher'r you frm]

In It's in the bag. [tsin th bg]

What's in it? [w'ts'n't]

I'll be back in a minute. [iyl be bk'n m'n't]

This movie? Who's in it? [this movie ... hooz'n't]

Come in. [c 'min]

He's in America. [heez'n n mεrk]

An He's an American. [heez'n mεrkn]

I got an A in English. [i gdd nay ih ninglish]

He got an F in Algebra. [hee gdd neffinl jbr]

He had an accident. [he hd nksd'nt]

We want an orange. [we want'n nornj]

He didn't have an excuse. [he didnt hv neks kyooss]

I'll be there in an instant. [i(y)'l be there in ninstnt]

It's an easy mistake to make. [its neezee m' stake t' make]

And ham and eggs [hm neggz]

bread and butter [bredn buddr]

Coffee? With cream and sugar? [kffee ... with creem'n sh'g'r]

No, lemon and sugar. [nou ... lem'n'n sh'g'r]

... And some more cookies? ['n smore cükeez]

They kept going back and forth. [they kep going bkn forth]

We watched it again and again. [we wch did gen'n' gen]

He did it over and over. [he di di dover nover]

We learned by trial and error. [we lrnd by trytnerr]

Exercise 1-53: Reduced Sounds continued CD 2 Track 26

Or Looks Like... Sounds Like...

Soup or salad? [super salad]

now or later [n(w)r laydr]

more or less [mor'r less]

left or right [lefter right]

For here or to go? [f'r hir'r d'go]

Are you going up or down? [are you going úpper dwn]

This is an either / or question (Up? Down?) Notice how the intonation is different from

"Cream and sugar?", which is a yes / no question.

Are What are you doing? [w'dr you doing]

Where are you going? [wer'r you going]

What're you planning on doing? [w'dr yü planning n doing]

How are you? [hwr you]

Those are no good. [thozer no good]

How are you doing? [hwer you doing]

The kids are still asleep. [the kidzer still sleep]

Your How's your family? [hozhier fmlee]

Where're your keys? [wher'r y'r keez]

You're American, aren't you? [yr mer'k'n, arn choo]

Tell me when you're ready. [tell me wen yr reddy]

Is this your car? [izzis y'r cr]

You're late again, Bob. [yer lay d gen, Bb]

Which one is yours? [which w'n'z y'rz]

One Which one is better? [which w'n'z bedder]

One of them is broken. [w'n'v'm'z brok'n]

I'll use the other one. [l yuz thee(y)ther w'n]

I like the red one, Edwin. [i like the redw'n, edw'n]

That's the last one. [thts th' lass dw'n]

The next one'll be better. [the necks dw'n'll be bedd'r]

Here's one for you. [hir zw'n f'r you]

Let them go one by one. [led'm gou w'n by w'n]

The It's the best. [ts th' best]

What's the matter? [w'ts th' madder]

What's the problem? [w'ts prbl'm]

I have to go to the bathroom. [i hf t' go d' th' bthroom]

Who's the boss around here? [hooz bss srond hir]

Give it to the dog. [g'v'(t)t th' dg]

Put it in the drawer. [püdidin th' dror]

Exercise 1-53: Reduced Sounds continued CD 2 Track 26

A Looks Like... Sounds Like...

It's a present. [ts preznt]

You need a break. [you need break]

Give him a chance. [g'v'm chns]

Let's get a new pair of shoes. [lets gedd new per shooz]

Can I have a Coke, please? [c'nai hv kouk, pleez]

Is that a computer? [izzd k'mpyoodr]

Where's a public telephone? [wherz pblic telfoun]

Of It's the top of the line. [ts tp'v th' line]

It's a state of the art printer. [ts stay d thee(y)rt prinner]

As a matter of fact, ... [z'mdder fkt]

Get out of here. [geddow d hir]

Practice all of the time. [prkt'sll'v th' time]

Today's the first of May. [t'dayz th' frss d'v May]

What's the name of that movie? [w'ts th' nay m'v tht movie]

That's the best of all! [thts th' bess d'vll]

some of them [smvm]

all of them [llvm]

most of them [mosdvm]

none of them [nnvm]

any of them [ennyvm]

the rest of them [th' resdvm]

Can Can you speak English? [k'new spee kinglish]

I can only do it on Wednesday. [i k'nonly du(w)idn wenzday]

A can opener can open cans. [ knopener k'nopen knz]

Can I help you? [k'ni hel piu]

Can you do it? [k'niu do(w)'t]

We can try it later. [we k'n try it layder]

I hope you can sell it. [i hou piu k'n sell't]

No one can fix it. [nou w'n k'n fick sit]

Let me know if you can find it. [lemme no(w)'few k'n fine dit]

Had Jack had had enough. [jk'd hd' n'f]

Bill had forgotten again. [bil'd frga(t)n n gen]

What had he done to deserve it? [w'd'dee d'nd'd' zr vit]

We'd already seen it. [weedl reddy see nit]

He'd never been there. [heed never bin there]

Had you ever had one? [h'jou(w)ever hdw'n]

Where had he hidden it? [wer dee hidn●nit]

Bob said he'd looked into it. [bb sedeed lükdin tu(w)it]

Exercise 1 -53: Reduced Sounds continued CD 2 Track 26

Would Looks Like... Sounds Like...

He would have helped, if ... [he wuda help dif ...]

Would he like one? [woody lye kw'n]

Do you think he'd do it? [dyiu thing keed du(w)'t]

Why would I tell her? [why wüdi teller]

We'd see it again, if... [weed see(y)idgen, if...]

He'd never be there on time. [heed never be thern time]

Would you ever have one? [w'jou(w)ever hvw'n]

Was He was only trying to help. [he w'zounly trying d help]

Mark was American. [mr kw'z'mer'k'n]

Where was it? [wer w'z't]

How was it? [how'z't]

That was great! [tht w'z great]

Who was with you? [hoow'z with you]

She was very clear. [she w'z very clear]

When was the war of 1812? [wen w'z th' wor'v ei(t)teen twelv]

What What time is it? [w't tye m'z't]

What's up? [w'ts'p]

What's on your agenda? [w'tsnyr jend]

What do you mean? [w'd'y' mean]

What did you mean? [w'j'mean]

What did you do about it? [w'j' du(w)bodit]

What took so long? [w't tük so lng]

What do you think of this? [w'ddy thing k'v this]

What did you do then? [w'jiu do then]

I don't know what he wants. [I dont know wdee wnts]

Some Some are better than others. [s'mr beddr thntherz]

There are some leftovers. [ther'r s'm lef doverz]

Let's buy some ice cream. [let spy s' mice creem]

Could we get some other ones? [kwee get s 'mother w'nz]

Take some of mine. [take smv mine]

Would you like some more? [w' joo like s'more]

(or very casually) [jlike smore]

Do you have some ice? [dyü hv smice]

Do you have some mice? [dyü hv smice]

"You can fool some of the people some of the time, but you can't fool all of the people all of the time." [yuk'n fool

sm th peepl sm th time, b'choo knt fool llth peepl llth time]

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