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    Are these linked properly in the pronunciation of the sentence?


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    Re: Are these linked properly in the pronunciation of the sentence?

    They sound fine to me.

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    Re: Are these linked properly in the pronunciation of the sentence?

    I think you should go.
    I liked you.
    I need you.
    I want you.
    Thank you.


    Did you say 'I liked you'?

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