Rules of Spoken English Language

Spoken language is very different from written language.
How?

The linguists have identified some rules that are followed by the native speakers of English language. The lack of this knowledge results not only in non native pronunciation but also in lack of comprehension of native spoken language.

Rules

Elision rule

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Scripts Acts handsome Board meeting Facts Consonants Assignments

Whenever t and d comes in between two consonants, they get elided ( remove)

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Old man Gold ring And church Most famous Hand bag

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Library February Temporary Literary Contemporary Contrary

The whole syllable will be elided.

Linking

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He asked They are I answered The boy is Enjoy it Say in a minute Stay out

If the word ends in I, i:, eI, aI, or I and the next word begins with a vowel, the two words are linked with y, whether or not there is a letter “y” in the spelling.
c

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Go in How odd Do it Snow is cold You are Go out How ordinary

If a word ends in ʊ, u:, ʊ, or aʊ and the next word begins with a vowel, the two words are linked with w, whether or not there is a letter “w” in the spelling.
e

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