字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hi. It's Day 18. We're gonna have a short but useful lesson today. There's somethin' that I'm doin' with my -ing endings right now. Do you know what? English with Jennifer In fast speech, the -ing ending usually sounds like -in. We drop the G. So "something" sounds like somethin'. And "doing" sounds like doin'. One exception is "going." It could sound like goin', for example: Are you goin' now? But when we have "going to" Americans very often say "gonna." For example: Are you gonna leave now? Just remember that "gonna" is a spoken form, not a written one. Look at these examples. I'll same them fast. Pay particular attention to how I drop the G in the -ing endings. Listen closely. You know what to do. I'll say a sentence fast. You try to understand. That's all for now. Thanks for watching and happy studies.