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    Please help me to find something

    I would like to know the pronounciation He's gone home (he has gone) and he's going to home (he is going to home), He's in this sentecse same pronounciation or not.

    and I what to listen pronounciation She's They're We'll He's and etc....
    Who have website for listening these Please give me to improves my pronounciation

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    Re: Please help me to find something

    Quote Originally Posted by mooyong View Post
    I would like to know the pronounciation He's gone home (he has gone) and he's going to home (he is going to home), He's in this sentecse same pronounciation or not.

    and I what to listen pronounciation She's They're We'll He's and etc....
    Who have website for listening these Please give me to improves my pronounciation
    There's no difference. It's always 'heez' - IPA /hi:z/
    She's - sheez
    They're - same as there, their.
    We'll - same as wheel, weal. /wi:l/ or
    /wiəl/

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