elision). The second change in pronunciation is that for the sounds to flow more smoothly, individual sounds may shift to a different sound (
assimilation). And finally, new sounds that are not in the individual words themselves may appear when the sentence is spoken quickly (
intrusion). No need to worry if that makes learning natural pronunciation seem very complicated; I break everything down for you in this lesson. All you need to do is follow the lesson and repeat after me. I’ll also teach you some IPA (the
International Phonetic Alphabet) so that you can recognise the individual sounds of English more easily. For a lot more information on sounding like a native speaker and improving your accent, take my accent course.