[General] "H" is always slient in English World?

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Williamyh

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Dear All,

Native speakers always don't sound the "h", for instance, when they say "I like him", they would say "I likim", "What is her name?", they would say " What iser name?"....I want to know how come they don't pronounce the "h" sound and can you give me more examples? Thanks.

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Rover_KE

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Dropping aitches is common in rapid and casual speech.

In conversation people rarely concentrate on using pure grammar and punctuation. The aim of communication is to be understood.

Surely the same thing happens in your Outer Space language?

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