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    james_chew_84 Guest

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    I've listen to these pronunciation many times and I just want to know whether they sound the same. they sound the same

    Is the pronunciation of You is as same as you've?
    Is the pronunciation of I is as same as I've?

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    Default Re: pronunciation

    The final vowel sounds of 'you' and 'I' are shortened very slightly (hardly noticeably) when joined to the contraction; otherwise, they are the same.

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