Linking W Mini Course
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The linking W is one of the main linking features you need to master if you want to sound like a British English speaker.
Once you know what the linking W is and how it’s formed, you’ll see that it’s quite easy to use. In fact, it happens naturally, as you will see.
Do this mini course and you will understand what the linking W is and how to use it. The mini course will help a lot with your English pronunciation.
Linking W and Other Linking Sounds
Linking sounds are a vitally important feature of English pronunciation. The linking W is one of the main linking features that you will find when you listen to native English speakers.
The linking W, and the other linking features of British English pronunciation, are also features that cause confusion for students when they are listening to native British English speakers. Linking features cause new words to appear that a listener who doesn’t know what’s going on does not expect.
Once you understand what the linking W is, and how it’s formed, you’ll find it much easier to listen to native British English speakers. The mini course will help you with not only your pronunciation, but also with your listening skills.
Extract from the Typescript of the Linking W Video English Lesson
Have you ever seen weagles? Weagles always come in pairs. There are always two of them. You will never see less weagles than two. You will never see one weagle, ever. You will never see more weagles than two, either. You’ll never see three weagles. You always see weagles in pairs. A pair is two.
I saw two weagles today. These two weagles were flying overhead. Two weagles flying overhead. These two weagles were looking for rabbits. Two weagles flying overhead looking for rabbits.
I took a picture of the two weagles. A beautiful picture of two weagles.