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    regardless of the Ukrainian soldier

    What are the words at 0:46- 0:48 in []? I hear a sort of "regardless of the Ukrainian soldier". Thank you
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    What are the exact words at 37:34 before "we were getting"?

    What are the exact words at 37:34 before "we were getting "in []? Thank you.
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    to grab one's worth

    1. What is the exact meaning of the phrase "to grab one's worth" at 36:09 in [] ? Does "labor" is plural and, as such, does not require "s" "grab"? Can one use ""grabs" instead. Thank you.
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    What are the words between "constituency mps" and "but there are"?

    What are the words between "constituency mps" and "but there are"? 37:53 [] Many thanks.
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    What is the word (the reporter speaks indistinctly) between "centric" and "profits"?

    What is the word (the reporter speaks indistinctly) between "centric" and "profits"? at 2:02 in []. Is there "a full stop" before "centric" so that "centric profits" can be referred to another sentence? Thank you.
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    What is the phrase between "fair to say" and "it's really tough"?

    What is the phrase between "fair to say" and "it's really tough"? at 11:47 in []. Thank you.
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    What are the words between "I didn't" and "his face"?

    What are the words between "I didn't" and "his face" at 9:11 in []? Thank you.
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    What are the words between "lib" and "parts of the south"

    What are the words between "lib" and "parts of the south" at 7:17 in []?
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    electing by

    In a recording on youtube named "Watching Again: LBC Election Night Live 2022 Part 1" at 4:24 the commentator uses "electing by". Why the verb is not used here? Please explain to me such a grammar structure here.
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    getting by

    Could you please listen to the attached recording. I hear "is getting by hander". Is it correct? Thank you.
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    the way of pronunciation of "moral compass"

    In the recording titled How London became the dirty money capital of the world| FT Film at 1:01 the subtitles suggest "the moral compass". However I hear the madam says "the moral compRess" instead. I hear that she speaks as there were "r" (a very slight vibration) sound between "p" and "e". Is...
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    the real slipping of something

    Please have a look at the text below "The Russians have accounted for about a billion pounds worth of residential property in London. We have now woken up. Dirty money is being seen for what it is, which is a poison to democracy. It's taken the real slipping of Putin's mask, an act of...
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    How long

    Can you please listen to the recording and explain to me the way the actor pronounces "How long"? I cannot make it out that he says just "how long". Thank you.
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    I cannot make it out what the quest says

    In a recording CWU Chief Dave Ward Takes your calls Watch again I cannot make it out what the quest says at 4:35. Can you please help me. Thank you
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    Can come downstairs

    Can you listen to the very beginning of the attached recording? I hear "Rich, Can come downstairs?" 1. Is it correct? I hear that "you" is missed between "can" and "come". 2. The lady is pronouncing "can" as kin? Is it true? Many thanks.
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    I get the right gift for your

    Here is a part of the dialogue from Everyday English in Conversation: Communication " - Just a minute, Dear! I'm looking at a new jewelry site. I wanna make sure I get the right gift for your birthday, don't I?" It appears to be based on American English. Is the tense used for "I get the...
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    the word "restaurant" in the way that I hear a kind of "s" at the very end

    On YouTube, in "How to: Order Food Like A Native Speaker",(), at 0:39, the boy says the word "restaurant" in the way that I hear a kind of "s" at the very end. Is it the case? Can you please help me to understand this.
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    Let's see this is quite a trick

    On YouTube, in "Useful Expression - Live English Lesson", (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgXKcJqybZY), at 1:03:17, I am struggling to understand the words after "Let's see this is quite a trick". Can you please to help me.
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    would be more thank you

    Can you please help me to understand the following. In youtube - Useful Expression - Live English Lesson, (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgXKcJqybZY)I cannot understand the phrase at 24:44 preceding the words: "would be more thank you" .
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    that allow you time to guess - no "s" after "allow"

    Can you please help me with understaning of the following. In youtube - Useful Expression - Live English Lesson, (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgXKcJqybZY) a young teacher has said at 22:45 "to show an expression that allow you time to guess". Why "s" is missed after the verb "allow" ( to...
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