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Linking Sounds Lesson 1: Y and W glides

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This is the first in a series of lessons about connected speech. One of the ways in which we link syllables and words together is with "glides" -- for example a Y sound is added between "be" and "able" so it sounds like "bee yable". Listen to the sentences and you'll get the idea of these glides.

Y glides:

/iy/

1) I would like to be able to speak fluent English.

2) Will you be able to come?

3) She likes to create small sculptures.

4) Let’s create something new.

5) My dog loves being in the house.

6) Mary is seeing her French cousin for the first time.

/ey/

5) Please say it again.

6) Lay it down over there.

7) He’s paying for the new table.

8) We’ll be staying at a hotel.

9) Don’t stay up too late.

10) She’s praying for her father.

/ai/

11) She’s in her room crying.

12) I can hear him sighing.

13) My son is trying out for the basketball team.

14) She is very naive.

15) I will bring my own soup.

16) He will be flying here from Naples.

17) The cat is eyeing my dinner. It’s fish.

/ɔy/

18) He has a new toy airplane.

19) The cat was toying with the mouse.

20) His name is Roy Adams.

21) He has a boyish face.

22) My sister is annoying me.

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W glides:

23) His car is a bluish color.

24) Where are you going?

25) However, she does speak Hungarian.

26) You should do it now.

27) I wish that dog would go away.

28) Now is the time for us to leave.

/uw/

29) I’ll sign my name in blue ink.

30) Are you in the kitchen?

31) His name is Stuart.
/ow/

32) There’s no art in that room.

33) The word “Noel” is often heard in Christmas songs.

34) No one is listening to us.

/aw/

35) How is it going?

36) We need some more flour.

37) How’re you doing?

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This is the first in a series of lessons about connected speech. One of the ways in which we link syllables and words together is with "glides" -- for example a Y sound is added between "be" and "able" so it sounds like "bee yable". Listen to the sentences and you'll get the idea of these glides.

Y glides:

/iy/

1) I would like to be able to speak fluent English.

2) Will you be able to come?

3) She likes to create small sculptures.

4) Let’s create something new.

5) My dog loves being in the house.

6) Mary is seeing her French cousin for the first time.

/ey/

5) Please say it again.

6) Lay it down over there.

7) He’s paying for the new table.

8) We’ll be staying at a hotel.

9) Don’t stay up too late.

10) She’s praying for her father.

/ai/

11) She’s in her room crying.

12) I can hear him sighing.

13) My son is trying out for the basketball team.

14) She is very naive.

15) I will bring my own soup.

16) He will be flying here from Naples.

17) The cat is eyeing my dinner. It’s fish.

/ɔy/

18) He has a new toy airplane.

19) The cat was toying with the mouse.

20) His name is Roy Adams.

21) He has a boyish face.

22) My sister is annoying me.

==========================

W glides:

23) His car is a bluish color.

24) Where are you going?

25) However, she does speak Hungarian.

26) You should do it now.

27) I wish that dog would go away.

28) Now is the time for us to leave.

/uw/

29) I’ll sign my name in blue ink.

30) Are you in the kitchen?

31) His name is Stuart.
/ow/

32) There’s no art in that room.

33) The word “Noel” is often heard in Christmas songs.

34) No one is listening to us.

/aw/

35) How is it going?

36) We need some more flour.

37) How’re you doing?

Intro & Outro Music: La Pompe Du Trompe by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com

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Help Barry pay for podcast expenses--thank you!

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