Linking with Vowels within Words and Between Words
Hello everybody! Here you are one bright helpful trick to improve your pronunciation: linking with vowels within words and between words. Listen carefully, repeat and record yourself, and you will see how your pronunciation starts improving little by little. Practice makes perfect!
- I knew* it.
- Just do* it.
- Let’s go to* Amy’s place.
- Blue* is my favorite color.
- The university raised its tu*ition.
- What’s the situ*ation?
- Go* away.
- I have no* idea.
- Although* I go there often…
- He hunts with a bow* and arrow.
- His ideas are way* out there.
- Say* it again please.
- Hey* Ellen!
- He* invited me to the party.
- The gifts are for me* and my family.
- I saw a bee* and a butterfly.
- We* agree with you.
- That’s my* aunt Suzie.
- Hi* Ellen!
- I need to buy* a new coat.
- You and I* are buddies.
Go to these other posts to improve your pronunciation: Learn how to pronounce numbers, teens and tens, Learn how to pronounce compound nouns, Linking with the same sound, Linking with the word “the”, Linking with vowels within words and between word, and Linking with /i/ in the middle of a word.
Keep on practicing your pronunciation with these other speaking posts.
Take care and enjoy life! ,-)