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    How correctly link the words in a sentence?

    Hello, I'm interested in the way of linking words in spoken English. Recently, I've seen a movie and I noticed in the one scene that actors linked the words in the phrase "but you still got a lot of packing to do" like this: [packinudu] so does it always go like this "ing+to"=[inu]?
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    [Grammar] Is this good designed sentence?

    None of parents would wish a bad future for his child.
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    [Essay] Please read my essay

    Hello, Can anybody read my essay and tell me if I expressed my thoughts clearly to the reader? What does success mean to people? Nobody can answer on this question exactly. The word “success” just like “happiness” has very comprehensive meaning, and each person has his own explanation for...