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IELTS Preparation Series 2, Episode 23: Eco-systems


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hello i'm on go Politis welcome to study English

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outs preparation today we're going to practice

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a pronunciation will say how pronunciation can change when linking

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consonants

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and then we'll practice pronouncing words beginning with H

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let's begin by taking a look at the story

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it's a bad an area in Melbourne that used to be home to the ground in grass

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frog

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it's really would have been a fantastic biodiversity react to the situation

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we've got the Yarra River Epps live

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mating thereby niceee that the freshwater ecosystem

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and AM rain ecosystem coming together at that point

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these growling grass frog sweet hiya

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in the medians you know hundreds of millions of them probably living in

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Melbourne

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and they have disappeared as very very dramatically

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doing conservation with an animal that people recognize

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and way they've had a personal experience up an animal disappearing

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I really night understand the reality of what's happening around them and I want

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to help and we can get lots of people to come along to have it at like this

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insight I want growling grass frog back here for my kids and my grandkids

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because

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when I come down I wanna be out on some tadpoles to show them

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spike in English can be quite different

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from written English when you listen to someone speaking English

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their words will often flow together this is because

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native speakers will connect unstressed where it's

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with stressed words with these links the care

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sentences might stand different to what you'd expect

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have a look at this sentence he's gone out to dinner

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we stress Haiti

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gone out and

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dinner the two is

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unstressed when we link out

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which is stressed and to

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which is unstressed the final

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tet sound in out is held slightly longer

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he's gone out to dinner the

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tet downed is pronounced only one

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he's gone out to dinner now let's listen to gerry from the amphibian Research

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Center

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talking about the grass frog habitat

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we can get lots of people to come along to a habitat like this insight I want

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growling grass frog back here for my kids and my grandkids because

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when I come down I wanna be out on some tadpoles to show them

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Jerry says I want t

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the final te sound in

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want is held slightly longer on the tongue

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then to is pronounced

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that tense sound is pronounced

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onlyone I want to a this type ad linking

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is cold consonant past same consonant

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linking let's see what happens when a final consonant

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is linked with a consonant that similar

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this into how Jerry links the words

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around then

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doing conservation with an animal that people recognize and

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way they've had a personal experience up an animal disappearing

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I really night understand the reality of what's happening around them and i wanna

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help

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Jerry says a random the final

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did sound in around is similar in pronunciation

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to the fest sound in the wood damn this main

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the sounds articulated very close to the same position

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in the now when you articulate

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debt you can feel your tongue against your tooth reach

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like this debt and when you say

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then your tongue is between your top and bottom take

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like this net when you are linking words with similar sounds

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the final consonant and FS consonant

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will be pronounced very close to each other in the mouth

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this is the case with the final death and an issue

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vet sound in around them this type is linking

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is called consonant and similar consonant

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linking United that around

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is stressed but then is

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unstressed Jerry also uses the words

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showed them here showed

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is stressed and then is

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unstressed so we say showed them

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this is Val and consonant

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linking in this example

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Jerry clearly pronounces that netted in then

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listen again

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we can get lots of people to come along to have it at like this insight I want

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growling grass frog back here for my kids and my grandkids because

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when I come down I want to be able to find some tadpoles to show them

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in

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in spoken English change is also a care

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when a word begins with the sound H her

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let's listen to new Blake he's talking about an area they'd like to retain

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native animals and plants today

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you he kneels say would have been fantastic

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listen to his pronunciation of

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would have you might be able to see Neil

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as he's talking but it's good practice for the I'll

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listening test see how you guy it's really would have been a fantastic

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biodiversity react to the situation we've got the Yarra River

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kept alive meeting that by

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Neil says wouldn't when

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unstressed words begin with an ETA H

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there hearst sound is often dropped in connected speech

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here's another example I think he's an amazing

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the word think is stressed

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in this sentence and haiti's is

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unstressed when these words are linked

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the head is dropped in spike in English

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we would say I think he's an amazing some common words that begin with the

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Hess

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sound and a weak forms include

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the pronouns Haiti her

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him and he's there's also these

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Zilla repaired head head

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and heads these pronouns

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and auxiliary heads have by strong and weak

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forms when they %ah unstressed

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their her sound is dropped but

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when stressed behest sound is pronounced

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ok now let's listen to gerry when he says

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they have does he pronounced the her these growling grass frog sweet hiya

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in the medians you know hundreds of millions of them probably living in

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Melbourne

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and they have disappeared as very very dramatically

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because Jerry stressed the auxiliary dead

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have the head sound is pronounced

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he says day have

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side we've seen that when native speakers connect

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speech all links sounds in spoken English

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changes care being aware these changes

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will help you in both the I'll listening test

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and also I in the Speaking test in

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let's practice the pronunciation we've talked about today

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I'll show you a sentence and see if you can pronounce the highlighted words

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he's the first one what

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did you send hair send

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is the strong form and hair its wake

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because hair is not stressed

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we drop the initial hat sound

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sorry it's pronounced send a

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what did you send a and finally

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I told then

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not to be light told them

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I told them not to be light

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and that's all we have today

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let's review what we've learned about linking weds fest we talked about

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consonant

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and same consonant linking the example we saw

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was want to a then

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we looked at consonant and similar consonant linking

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around them and finally

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we saw how the pronunciation on the initial

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have found can change when we link words

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in spike in English don't forget to listen out for these changes when you

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talk with native speakers

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and if you'd like some more pronunciation practice

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you can find help on a study English website

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and I'll see you next time for more bye bye

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