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1 Learning Objective(s)
By the end of the lesson, you will be able to l explain sound changes in spoken English.
2 Connected Speech l
It is a sequence of sounds forming utterances in spoken English.
3 Connected Speech Process l
Sounds will be added, deleted, linked or changed in connected speech.
4 Types l l l l
5 Blending l l l l
It refers to the shortening of a word.
It is marked by an apostrophe.
It occurs in casual speech.
Function words are shortened.
6 Types of Blending l l
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