Linking Sounds In English

Linking sounds in English (or "linked sounds") are a major reason that casual English is so difficult for you.  When native speakers speak fast or casually, they link (connect) sounds and words together.

In this video we tell you more about linking sounds and why they are an important part of casual English.   We also give you a free Mini-Story Lesson today to help you improve.   Watch the video, then download the free Mini-Story lesson and listen to it daily.

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23 Responses to “Linking Sounds In English”

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  • mahasin g Says:

    So nice to be here enjoying the English lessons

  • Ebtesam Says:

    Thank you for that useful lesson, and I wish if you talk that way in all your lessons because we need to use to real American casual English. Plus, adding few new words in each lesson like that used in GRE and Toefl, would be perfect. Actually, I think I am learning a new language.

  • Ibrahim Raheem Says:

    thank you for your interest lesson

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