学连音 说地道口语：going to + verb → gonna
going to + verb → gonna
例如：I'm going to a movie. 不能说成I'm gonna a movie.
Listen to each part of the conversation: first spoken with careful (slow) pronunciation; then spoken with relaxed (fast) pronunciation.
LISA: Oh, are you going to pay our bills tonight?
ANN: I'm going to try.
LISA: Thanks. I want to handle our money soon, but I'm so busy. So, what are you going to pay first?
ANN: First? Well, we're not going to have enough money for this month's electric bill.
LISA: You're not going to pay this month's electric bill?
ANN: Oh, I'm going to pay it, but not right now.
LISA: When are you going to pay it?
ANN: I'm going to pay it after I pay last month's water bill.
LISA: You haven't paid last month's water bill?
ANN: No. I'm going to pay last month's rent first.
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 → ya; want to → wanna; What are you → Whaddaya; for → fer; you're → yer