Ep035: Pronunciation Did + You = Jah

This episode goes over how the pronunciation of the verb “to do” in the forms “did” and “do” when combined with the pronoun “you” can change their pronunciation when spoken quickly by Aussies.

Did + You = Jah examples phrases:

How are you?
How are ya?

Who are you?
Who are ya?

What do you think?
What do ya think?

What did you get up to on the weekend?
Wadjah get up to on the weekend?

What’d you get up to on the weekend?
Wadjah get up to?

What did you think of..?
Wadjah think of…

Did you like it?
Jah like it?

Where did you go?
Where’d you go?
Where jah go?

What do you mean?
What deya mean?
What jah mean?

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