How To Speak Fluent English Like A Native English Pronunciation Tips Slang Informal Contractions....!

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Channel Title : Learn English with Let's Talk - Free English Lessons

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Published Date : 2019-11-10T13:20:18.000Z

How To Speak Fluent English Like A Native? English Pronunciation Tips For slang Informal English Contractions - gonna, needs, lemme, outta, Ima, tell’em, sorta, gotcha, cuz. #englishcontractions #speakenglishfluently #englishlikeanative Wondering, why doesn’t your English sound fluent like native speakers? You use the same vocabulary and pronunciation is quite good and understandable. So how can you speak fluent English like Native speakers? Well, the answer is - Native English speakers use a lot of formal and informal contractions in English such as - gonna, needs, lemme, outta, Ima, tell’em, sorta, gotcha, cuz. These all are examples of informal contractions. I am sure you have heard them in movies or Netflix series and you go wondering, what did he just say. If you want to make your English fluent and speak English naturally, the way it is actually spoken, you have to learn English contractions. However, these contractions are not used in written English, but are certainly used in spoken English. In this English speaking practice lesson you will learn how to pronounce these informal contractions correctly. Your English teacher Hridhaan, has given you plenty of Pronunciation exercise with the help of example sentences to use them correctly while speaking English. These contractions are always used in daily English conversations. Make use of them in your everyday English conversations to speak English fluently and confidently. For complete lesson transcript visit us at – ===================================================== Our Social media – 👉Facebook - 👉Instagram – @letstalkpodcast 👉Twitter – @letstalkone ===================================================== 👉Learn English UnPlugged - Watch the latest English lesson series from Auckland, New Zealand 👉English lessons by Niharika – 👉Watch all English lessons by KAT – 👉English Lessons by Jack – 👉English lessons by Michelle – 👉English lessons by Ceema – 👉English lessons by Rachna – ====================================== Topic wise English lessons – 👉English Vocabulary – 👉English Idioms – 👉Learn English Grammar – 👉English Conversation Topics – 👉Spoken English Tips & Tricks- 👉IELTS Training & Coaching – 👉Personality Development & Enhancement – 👉Business English Lessons – 👉Job Interview Skills – ================================================ Our Other Channels - 👉Skillopedia - Skills for the real world 👉Daily Video Vocabulary - Learn a new English Word daily 👉Learn English through Hindi - Learnex

Channel Title : 7ESL Learning English

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Published Date : 2018-05-29T06:26:32.000Z

Useful list of 25+ Common Informal Contractions with examples to sound more fluent in English. Learn More: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WATCH MORE: ★ Grammar: ★ Vocabulary: ★ Expressions: ★ Phrasal Verbs: ★ Idioms: ★ Conversations: ★ English Writing: ★ IELTS: ★ TOEFL: ★ British vs. American English: ★ Pronunciation: ★ Business English: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- OUR SOCIAL MEDIA: Pinterest: Facebook: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and lessons visit:

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Published Date : 2019-06-17T09:26:58.000Z

Let's learn Common Informal Contractions to sound like a Native

Channel Title : Learn English with Let's Talk - Free English Lessons

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Published Date : 2014-12-29T12:46:05.000Z

Informal Contractions in English - Free Spoken English lesson to speak fluent English Since the word contract means to squeeze together so the word contraction means to shorten two words together by placing apostrophe or by omitting some letters. Informal contractions are short forms of other words that people use when speaking casually. They are not exactly slang, but they are a little like slang. Please remember that these are informal contractions. That means that we do not use them in "correct" speech, and we almost never use them in writing. Also note that, unlike normal contractions, we do not usually use apostrophes (') with informal contractions when written. Listed below are some common informal contractions, with example sentences. 1) Wanna – Want to Do you wanna dance? 2) Gimme – Give me Will ya gimme some money? 3) Gonna – Going to I’m not gonna tell ya. 4) Gotta – have got a I’hv gotta gun. 5) Kinda – Kind of She’s kinda hot. 6) Whatcha – What are you doing ? Whatcha you doing for this Christmas? 7) Ya – You I love ya gimme = give me Gimme your money. Don't gimme that rubbish. Can you gimme a hand? gonna = going to Nothing's gonna change my love for you. I'm not gonna tell you. What are you gonna do? gotta = (have) got to I've gotta go now. I gotta go now. We haven't gotta do that. Have they gotta work? kinda = kind of She's kinda cute. wanna = want to I wanna go home. wanna = want a I wanna coffee. whatcha = what are you Whatcha going to do? ya = you Who saw ya?

Channel Title : English with Kim

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Published Date : 2018-05-31T12:00:02.000Z

Want to pronounce informal contractions like a native English speaker? Learn why we use informal contractions like gonna, wanna, dunno, hafta, and many more, understand how to pronounce them naturally in American English, and stress them correctly in complete sentences (this is the secret!). Spoken contractions are common in relaxed, natural speech because we combine high frequency words (or words we say all the time) with less important function words and reduce their sound to say them more efficiently. We use informal contractions to de-emphasize and move quickly through words that don't matter and focus attention on the most important words through sentence stress. Many non-native speakers use spoken contractions without correctly stressing the rest of their speech, and that's why they sound unnatural and forced. Here are the informal contractions we practice in this video: * gonna = going to * wanna = want to * dunno = don't know * kinda = kind of * gotta = got to * lotta = lot of * lotsa = lots of * lemme = let me * hafta = have to * gimme = give me * tryna = trying to * outta = out of * shoulda = should have * woulda = would have * coulda = could have * whaddya = what do you * whadja = what did you * wheredja = where did you * howdya = how do you * howdja = how did you * whydja = why did you * dontcha = don't you Related Videos: Word Stress in American English: Sentence Stress in American English: Pitch Exercises: Accent Training on Rhythm and Word and Sentence Stress: Word and Sentence Stress Playlist: Free Email Course: Finally Master Word and Sentence Stress: #accentadvice 🤗 New here? I’m Kim, and I'm an accent and communication coach from Boston, Massachusetts. 🇺🇸 On this channel, you’ll learn what to say, how to say it, and why it matters. If you want to improve your accent and communication skills in American English, you’re in the right place! I work with motivated non-native English speakers who want to sound more natural in English so that they can achieve their personal and professional goals. I know how important it is to be able to connect with other people in a language that isn’t our first. I speak Spanish fluently and have spent years living in Peru, Chile, and Argentina. I also speak Portuguese conversationally, but I understand much more than I can speak (sound familiar?). 💡 Remember to Subscribe: 💌 Join the Email Community for Even More Resources: Free accent course: Free small talk guide: 🖥️ Learn with Me Through My Courses: 30 Days of Intonation: Intonation Clinic: Stress Simplified: Conversation Anatomy: 🙌 Support This Channel: 👍 Connect with Me Website: Facebook/Twitter/Pinterest: @EnglishWithKim

Channel Title : Pronunciation Pro

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Published Date : 2014-06-19T06:24:47.000Z Get started with a FREE 7-day trial of our PROVEN 12-week program! Just click on the link above! American English contractions seem to be a huge problem for many of my English pronunciation students, especially when it comes to English pronunciation for Spanish speakers. Instead of pronouncing the English contraction like a native speaker, many of my accent reduction students break the word apart such as 'I will' instead of 'I'll'. When it comes to speaking English fluently in conversation it's important for you to learn how to pronounce English contractions correctly. Native English speakers use contractions constantly in conversational English. In fact, if you don't use contractions and just break apart the words then you start to sound stiff or robotic in your spoken English. I want to make sure you sound natural and fluent when you speak English so using English contractions correctly will be extremely important for you! In this webinar I go through contractions for you to practice and make sure you are pronouncing them correctly. Many native English speakers also use common reductions in English as they speak in conversation. American English reductions are basically a result of native English speakers getting lazy in their pronunciation and finding ways to reduce the pronunciation of common words so they are easier to pronounce. Over time, some of these reductions have become part of the Standard American English pronunciation. Some English reductions are important to use and others are not. I can show you which one's are the most important. The most important skill you need to learn as you study English pronunciation and fluency is the ability to listen to native English speakers and pick up on the subtle differences in the way they speak English and the way you speak English. When you can hear the difference then you are more successful in being able to correctly match the pronunciation of a native English speaker. That's a key part of the Pronunciation Pro accent reduction course. To tune your ear to the sounds and rhythm of American English so you can correct your own mistakes! To learn how to hear the differences in American English sounds & rhythm, join the Pronunciation Pro course today! Go to The order and format of the Pronunciation Pro course creates the perfect learning environment for you to learn to speak American English clearly and with great confidence knowing that when you speak English, everyone will easily understand you. You'll also feel confident that when other native speakers speak, you will understand everything they have to say! Learn all about contractions and reductions in American English. This American English pronunciation video shows you important tips and tricks to improve your English fluency when it comes to contractions and reductions in English!


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