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3.4 Word Groups - HAVE
3.2 Word Groups - H after a Consonant
1.2 Basic Concepts - The Neutral Vowel SCHWA and R Contolled Vowels
1.6 Basic Concepts - Consonants
3.7 Word Groups - T Between two Consonants
2 Single Words - Consonant Groups, Hard C's and G's
1.1 Basic Concepts - Long and Short Vowel Sounds
1.7 Basic Concepts - Silent Letters
3 THE 44 UNIQUE SOUNDS PART 2
5 Word Stress
3.8 Word Groups - FROM
3.6 Word Groups - D followed by Y
2.1 Single Words - TH words and CH words
2.3 Single Words - DGE Words
1.3 Basic Concepts - Mixed Vowels
2 THE 44 UNIQUE SOUNDS PART 1
8 The 24 Consonant Sounds Part 2
3 The 8 Combined Vowel sounds (Diphthongs)
2.5 Single Words - TION words, SION words, and SSION words
1.5 Basic Concepts - Stressed Syllables and SHWA
2.4 Single Words - OUGH words, and AUGH words
2.6 Single Word - Silent L after A, O, U
1.8 Basic Concepts - Summary
7 The 24 Consonant Sounds Part 1
9 The Dominant syllable
3 Word Groups - Sound Blending in Sentences
3.1 Word Groups - T followed by K sound
3.5 Word Groups - D follwed by B
3.3 Word Groups - T followed by Y
1 The Problem - THE VOWEL O
1.4 Basic Concepts - The Vowel Y
2.2 Single Words - Words Using, GHT, UGH, UGHT
2.7 Single Word - The letter A
When one word ends in a D sound and the next word begins in a Y sound, the two sounds come together and change to a DJ sound.
The following vowel sound also becomes a SCHWA sound.
Did YOU have to go? - DiDJu have to go?
Could you call me? - CuDJu call me?
This is another case of assimilation.