-ing endings → -in’

注意:对于绝大多数的 native speaker,他们并不是把所有的-ing 结尾的音都念作-in’。-in’ 是一种非正式的口语发音,通常用于动词的进行时态。

Listen to each part of the conversation: first spoken with careful (slow) pronunciation; then spoken with relaxed (fast) pronunciation.

NANCY: Well, hi! You’re shopping here, too!

KIM: Not really. I’m just looking around. So, how have you been?

NANCY: Great. I’m shopping with my sister. She’s over there.

KIM: Is that your sister? The tall woman in front of the jackets?

NANCY: Yes. She’s looking for a jacket for work.

KIM: Are you shopping for work clothes, too?

NANCY: No. I’m looking for a pair of jeans like yours.

KIM: Oh. I found these here last week for 30 percent off.

NANCY: For 30 percent off? Thanks for telling me.

KIM: Well, nice seeing you again. I hope you find what you’re looking for.

Listen to the entire conversation again, spoken with relaxed (fast) pronunciation.

对话中所出现的此前学过的连音:you’re / your → yer ; yours → yers ; you → ya ; of → a ; for → fer

注意最后一句 "I hope you find what you're looking for." 由于 for 后面没有其他单词,所以它仍然念作 for。

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