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  • I know the video is called how to speak English fast, but do you really need to speak English fast ?

  • Let me tell you something.

  • Sometimes we think that native speakers speak fast and this is why they sound so natural.

  • In reality they don't speak fast.

  • They just connect all the words together.

  • And instead of splitting them up which sounds a little kind of slower, they just put them all together as if one sentence is one big word.

  • They omit some syllables, they add some new sounds and this is why they sound the way they sound.

  • And sometimes it's hard for us to understand them just because they don't split up words.

  • And we think that they're just speaking too fast in reality, they're not.

  • Today I'm gonna teach you this technique.

  • I'm gonna teach you how native speakers do it.

  • So you can do it to sound more native and so that you understand the mechanics behind kind of faster speaking so you can understand native speakers.

  • For example, you see a phrase - What do you...

  • For example in a sentence - What do you do?

  • But Americans would never say like this - what do you do.

  • That's it - what do you do.

  • What do you do, what do you do.

  • So the speed the pace is kind of the same it's

  • just connecting everything what do you

  • do and if you don't know the way they do

  • it you're like what was that another

  • phrase I am going to do some shopping

  • what Americans would say they would say

  • I'm gonna do some shopping again not I'm

  • going to I'm gonna do again they've

  • connected something they actually very

  • phrase is the little get some water do

  • you want something and some Americans

  • would even say I'm a just shopping this

  • is like the very very contracted version

  • of it so what Americans do they take

  • those smaller words and they pronounce

  • them in a way that is easier for them in

  • daily speech for example article that is

  • pronounced like tha what's the weather

  • today so they don't say what's the

  • weather today they say what's what they

  • say what's the weather today so it's not

  • because it's easier Oh what about the

  • weather report you sometimes sounds like

  • yeah do you want to go for a walk again

  • do you want to go for a walk sounds as

  • if you just started learning English do

  • you want to go for walk sounds closer to

  • being a native speaker and another thing

  • that you might have noticed when we say

  • what do so we have T at the end of the

  • word what and we have D at the beginning

  • of the word do we kind of invent a new

  • sound here instead of saying what do you

  • do we say what you do so there is a

  • sound chip which appears in the middle

  • again this is a way to make your speech

  • smoother and this is what all native

  • speakers do for example what you do for

  • a living

  • what you do for a living

  • to make this even clearer for you I'm

  • gonna read a sentence out loud the first

  • time I read it I'm gonna read it as a

  • student the second time I read it I

  • would try to read it as a native speaker

  • let's do it I am going to go out to

  • Walmart do you need anything I'm gonna

  • go out of Walmart do you need anything

  • again I replaced I'm going to with I'm

  • gonna go to Walmart and I've connected

  • Walmart with do we have a word that ends

  • with T and we have a word with that

  • begins with T so I'm gonna go to Walmart

  • do you need anything and there's this

  • chick that appeared in the middle the

  • next word

  • a little confusing I know especially

  • when you hear this first in a native

  • speaker speech something they say

  • something I don't know why this appears

  • it's just the way the language evolves

  • when people speak it but can you give me

  • something this is sometimes when native

  • speakers say which is correct don't be

  • confused it's just the same as something

  • Oh

  • the next phrase let me give you

  • something the Americans would say let me

  • give you something so they just omit the

  • letter T and you get let me let me get

  • you something let me give you something

  • in American English if you have a letter

  • T in the middle of a word sometimes you

  • pronounce it as d Mallette sir letter

  • letter because it's faster to get a

  • smoother safety you don't say it city

  • city city

  • it's like DNR City bitte and it sounds a

  • little British so in Great Britain they

  • would say sell pizza in American English

  • there's a bitter bitter let me give you

  • some more examples bottle bottle butter

  • butter

  • computer computer I can't even say it

  • with with the T computer computer

  • computer daughter daughter 80 80 40 40

  • little little

  • to settle 30 30 you see this tea

  • converts D all the time as you notice

  • it's even unnatural for me to say little

  • 30 just because I'm so used to you know

  • in certain D instead of tea this would

  • come automatically automatically not

  • automatically automatically to you guys

  • when you practice this is first the way

  • to speak faster second this is the way

  • to speak more naturally and third this

  • is an easier way to understand native

  • speakers because you now know how the

  • mechanics work let me know if this was

  • useful for you guys the homework for you

  • the task is write down in comments below

  • what other words have T in the middle

  • and you pronounce them with a D just

  • what I told you 30 30 little little that

  • kind of stuff you can google that but

  • make sure you write something in

  • comments so that you can practice thank

  • you so much watching this video don't

  • forget to subscribe and I'll see you

  • very soon

I know the video is called how to speak English fast, but do you really need to speak English fast ?

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