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Hello I am Luke and I am here today to help you with your English pronunciation
and you're listening skills. In school we learn a lot of the English, but in the
real world we need to understand slang, and there are lots of slang words in
English. Some of the most common slang words that we hear are slang
contractions. Slang Contractions or used in conversation, movies, television, film,
music. We even write slang contractions on Facebook. We used the slang
contractions when we're chatting on our smartphones. We hear these even in formal
situations we hear slang contractions. So if you have listening problems or if you
want to speak more natural English, this lesson is for you.
Let's talk about these 20 common slang contractions.
'Ya' it means you or your. You have good English. YA have good English. Your
pronunciation is very natural. YA pronunciation is very natural. Number 2,
D'YOU - D'YOU, we pronounce it with one syllable. Not 'do you' D"YOU - D"YOU.
Do you like English? D"YOU like English?Do you study every day? D"YOU you study every day? D'YOU?
Number three D'YA - D'YA.
Do you like English? D'YA you like English? Do you play baseball?
D'YA play baseball? Moving on to number four. AINT - AINT is southern English.
It's not correct English, but its common and spoken a lot, so you want to
understand it when you hear it. I am NOT a fireman. I AINT a firemen. I have not seen
it. I AINT seen it. I will not go. I AINT going. Number five, wanna - wanna.
It means want to, but we don't pronounce the T sounds. Wanna. I want to eat lunch.
I wanna eat launch. I want to go to Harvard University. I wanna go to Harvard
University. Number six.
GIMME - give me - It means 'give me' but we don't pronounce the V. GIMME five
dollars. GIMME me some ideas. GIMME five minutes. GIMME your test. GIMME.
And numbers seven, GOTTA means must, you have to do something. I must drink water every
day. I GOTTA drink water every day. I must study English 15 minutes every morning.
I GOTTA study English 15 minutes every morning. Must GOTTA & have to, its the same.
I have to
to get a passport if I travel to Europe. I GOTTA I have to I must get a passport.
Moving down to number .... number eight. KINDA - KINDA. it's not the same as
'kind of'. We don't pronounce the F. Not kind of. KINDA. And it means 'a little bit'
I'm a little bit hungry. I'm KINDA hungry. I'm a little bit tall. I'm KINDA tall.
English as a little bit fun. English is KINDA fun. That's KINDA.
Number 10. DUNNO - DUNNO - It means 'don't know', but we don't pronounce the
T. We just say DUNNO. Where is he? I DUNNO. Who did it? I DUNNO. Those
are the first 10. Now let's talk about the next 10.
Number eleven, LOTTA - LOTTA. A 'lot of' people know me. A LOTTA people know me.
I watch a lot of TV. I watch a LOTTA TV. Similar to that is LOTSA, which means 'lots of'.
but we don't pronounce the F. I have lots of good friends. I have LOTSA good
friends. I know LOTSA different words in English. It means I know lots of
different words in English. LOTSA.
Number thirteen is probably the most common slang contraction in English.
WATCHA - WATCHA. It means what are you...? So if I call someone what are you doing? Or
WATCHA doing? What are you eating? WATCHA eating? What are you thinking?
WATCHA thinking?
Number fourteen, also super common. GONNA - GONNA. It means 'going to'.
For example, I am going to eat dinner at 6 p.m. I'm GONNA eat dinner at 6 p.m. I am going
to study English in California. I'm GONNA study English in california. GONNA. Next we
put together WATCHA and GONNA and we like to say WATCHA GONNA. It means 'what are
you going to'. But we say WATCHA GONNA do? WATCHA GONNA do for dinner tonight?
WATCHA GONNA do this weekend? WATCHA GONNA do at work tomorrow? WATCHA GONNA.
What are you going to. Number sixteen, WHADDAYA. WHA-DDA-YA - three syllables. What
are you.What are you doing? WHADDAYA doing? What are you planning? WHADDAYA planning?
What are you drinking? WHADDAYA drinking? WHADDAYA - WHADDAYA.
Next we have DIDJA. Notice the D and
the J. Did you. Did you eat breakfast? DIDJA eat breakfast? Did you practice for
your exam? DIDJA practice for your exam? DIDJA - Next we have WHEREDJA - WHEREDJA. it means
'where did you'. Where did you learn good pronunciation? WHERDJA you learn good
pronunciation? Where did you study English? WHEREDJA study English? Next we
have HOWDJA - HOWDJA. It means 'how did you'. How did you get here today? HOWDJA get here today?
How did you find my youtube video? HOWDJA find my youtube video?
How did you learn such good pronunciation? HOWDJA learn such good pronunciation? HOWDJA.
Number twenty is GOTCHA. And this means 1) I got you, it means 2) yes it means 3) OK it
means 4) I understand. For example, your teacher says 'I want your paper by Friday'.
You say ok, got ya, yes, I understand. This shows that you understand the order. GOTCHA.
And if you want put one of your sample questions or try to make an example sentence with this new language.
Put your example sentence into the chat box or into the comment box.
I'll have a look at it. If it looks good, I'll give you a thumbs up.
If we need to change something, I'll help you out.
Ok, that's twenty contractions. I hope you guys have learned something today. If you
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Top 20 Slang English Contractions List – Slang Pronunciation of Informal Contractions

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