Understanding Native Speakers

Non-native speakers when preparing to go abroad, first learn their language i.e English. While preparing we often think that they speak the way we learn the language. But the truth is although they speak the same thing, they are so used to speaking it, that they no longer sound like we, non-native speakers sound. This is usually because they tend to speak fast and it sometimes so happens that you are unable to understand what they are trying to say. Given below are some sentences and how native speakers tend to speak them.

UNDERSTANDING NATIVE SPEAKERS

  • What are you doing?
    Wha cha doing?
  • Who do you like?
    Hodoya like?
  • When did you go?
    When did ja go?
  • Understanding Native Speakers

    Understanding Native Speakers

  • Where is she?
    Wherezshe?
  • Why did he do that?
    whyde do that?

So once who have prepared for your exam or may in between, try to learn how native speakers speak. This may not help you in exam but surely will help in your stay. Remember, this is a life time opportunity for you, make sure you get the best out of it.

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