How To Speak English Fast And Easily Understand Native English Speakers

Lesson summary

In this English lesson you will learn 15 ways to speak English faster and more naturally.

Video transcript

If you want to learn how to sound like a native English speaker, then you need to watch this video. In today’s English lesson, I am going to show you how to speak English faster. This will help you to improve your English speaking skills and it will help you to understand native English speakers more easily.

 

I’m going to show you 15 examples of how you can speak English faster and more naturally. And for each example, I want you to practise with me. So when I am saying one of these words or one of these phrases, I want you to repeat after me. So if you’re ready to learn how to speak English faster, let’s get started!

 

Number one. Don’t say ‘you’. Say ‘yuh’. Yuh. Yuh. For example, ‘Are yuh going out later?’ Are yuh going out later? Are yuh going out later? Another example. I liked it when yuh cooked lasagne last night. I liked it when yuh cooked lasagne last night. I liked it when yuh cooked lasagne last night.

 

Number two. Don’t say ‘to’. Say ‘tuh’. Tuh. For example, ‘Are yuh going tuh the movies?’ Are yuh going tuh the movies? Are yuh going tuh the movies? Another example could be ‘Have you been tuh the restaurant?’ Have you been tuh the restaurant? Have you been tuh the restaurant?

 

Number three. Don’t say ‘what do you’. Say ‘wodduyuh’. Wodduyuh. Wodduyuh. You can use this with any phrase that starts with ‘what do you’. For example, ‘Wodduyuh like to do?’ Wodduyuh like to do? You could say ‘Wodduyuh think about this?’ Wodduyuh think about this? Wodduyuh think about this?

 

You see how it’s much easier and more natural to say ‘wodduyuh’ instead of ‘what do you’. It’s much quicker and it’s much easier.

 

Number four. Don’t say ‘want to’. Say ‘wanna’. Wanna. For example, ‘Do you wanna go to the beach later?’ Do you wanna go to the beach later? Do you wanna go to the beach later? But please note we can only say ‘wanna’ when we are saying to ‘want to’ not ‘wants to’.

 

For example, we can’t say ‘He wanna go to the beach’ because we would need to say ‘He wants to’ and ‘wanna’ means ‘want to’. It doesn’t mean ‘wants to’ with an S.

 

Number five. Don’t say ‘what is it’. Say ‘wodizit’. Wodizit. Wodizit. Wodizit. You can use this with any phrase that starts with ‘what is it’. For example, ‘Wodizit like?’ Wodizit like? Wodizit like? Another example could be ‘Wodizit there for?’ Wodizit there for? Wodizit there for?

 

Number six. Don’t say ‘do you’. Say ‘juh’. Juh. For example, ‘Juh like pizza?’ Juh like pizza? Juh like pizza? Another example could be ‘Juh think it’s a good idea?’ Juh think it’s a good idea? Juh think it’s a good idea?

 

Number seven. Don’t say ‘something’. Say ‘sumpin’. Sumpin. For example, ‘Do you want sumpin to eat?’ Do you want sumpin to eat? Do you want sumpin to eat? Another example could be ‘Juh have sumpin you wanna say?’ Juh have sumpin you wanna say? Juh have sumpin you wanna say?

 

Number eight. Don’t say ‘and a’. Say ‘anduh’. Anduh. For example, ‘I’ve got a dog anduh cat.’ I’ve got a dog anduh cat. I’ve got a dog anduh cat. Another example could be ‘Juh wanna pizza anduh drink?’ Juh wanna pizza anduh drink? Juh wanna pizza anduh drink?

 

Number nine. Don’t say ‘been’. Say ‘bin’. Bin. Bin. For example, ‘I’ve bin to that restaurant before.’ I’ve bin to that restaurant before. I’ve bin to that restaurant before. Another example could be ‘How have you bin?’ How have you bin? How have you bin?

 

Number ten. Don’t say ‘is he’. Say ‘izee’. Izee. You can use this with any phrase that starts with ‘is he’. For example, ‘Izee a doctor?’ Izee a doctor? Izee a doctor? Another example could be ‘Izee going to the beach?’ Izee going to the beach? Izee going to the beach?

 

Number eleven. Don’t say ‘because it is’. Say ‘cozit’s’. Cozit’s. For example, ‘Cozit’s a really good movie.’ Cozit’s a really good movie. Cozit’s a really good movie. Another example could be ‘I like the restaurant cozit’s got great food.’ I like the restaurant cozit’s got great food. I like the restaurant cozit’s got great food.

 

Number twelve. Don’t say ‘was it’. Say ‘wozit’. Wozit. Wozit. You can use this with any phrase that starts with ‘was it’. For example, ‘Wozit a good dinner?’ Wozit a good dinner? Wozit a good dinner? Another example could be ‘Wozit a nice day?’ Wozit a nice day? Wozit a nice day?

 

Number thirteen. Don’t say ‘to him’. Say ‘towim’. Towim. It’s like there’s a W between the ‘to’ and the ‘him’. Towim. For example, ‘Give it towim.’ Give it towim. Give it towim. Another example could be ‘Go over towim.’ Go over towim. Go over towim.

 

Number fourteen. Don’t say ‘who are you’. Say ‘whoware you’. Whoware you? It’s like there’s a W between the ‘who’ and the ‘are’. Whoware you? Whoware you? Whoware you?

 

Number fifteen. Don’t say ‘see you later’. Say ‘seeyuhlayder’. Seeyuhlayder. Seeyuhlayder. It’s like the ‘see’, the ‘you’ and the ‘later’ all come together to become one word. We don’t say ‘you’. We say ‘yuh’. Yuh. And we don’t say ‘later’. We say ‘layder’. Layder. It’s like that T sound changes to a D sound. Layder. So it sounds like this. Seeyuhlayder. Seeyuhlayder.

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