Pronunciation Lesson: how to pronounce ‘and’ in phrases

When the word ‘and’ is between two words in a phrase, it is pronounced ‘n.’ That is because it is unstressed and what we called “reduced.”

Here’s a lesson from the book and CD set “Lose Your Accent in 28 Days,” a helpful book & audio CD guide to American English pronunciation.

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Lesson from Lose Your Accent in 28 Days

Improve your American English pronunciation with this useful lesson from Lose Your Accent in 28 Days™