Is he busy? sounds like Izzy busy?
Give him some time sounds like givim some time.
Tell her that sounds like teller that.
Tell him for me sounds like tellim for me.
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|Speech Modification American Accent Training|
Americans frequently simplify or reduce sounds in words in running speech. When pronouns beginning with “h” are in the middle and ends of phrases, the “h” is sometimes left off, as the pronouns are not stressed. For example, “Is he busy?” sounds more like “Izzy busy?” Try the following phrases, using a silent “h” on the words he, her and him.
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