at first glance i thought "no, that's ridiculous!" but then I actually sounded them out, and yeah, they're pretty accurate. but "did you eat? no, did you?" sounds more like "jyoo-eet? no, jyoo?" and you can hear the "L" in "let"s go," so it's more like "l'sko!"
in general, it's close. some of the emphasis is a little off, but it's hard to write that.
for instance, in the "kwee geddit" example, I'd put a little but of a "schwa" between the k and the w. the schwa is the sound in *a* mom*e*nt *a*go. it's an unstressed "uh" sound. so it's more like kəwi go. also, I'd say "Ləsko!"
where it says "how would you like a little more" , the left side makes me think it's saying "how did you like a little more". I'd say "how-wə-ja" instead.
but some of them, people would just enunciate "normally", or half way between the two. like saying "didja eat?" which is half way between "djeet" and "did you eat"
but in general I can read the left side and tell what is being said instantly.
@alexlen Thank you 😊😊😊 Now I learn how native english speakers speak English, because sometimes English doesn't much the spells and sounds. Because people tend to speak rapidly. To be honest, the imitation is really difficult for me though. lol
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