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1. Paying attention to "linking", listen carefully.

2. Mark 'linking' where two words are pronounced as a linking sound.

3. Mark 'linking' between/under two words which are pronounced as a linking sound.
(What about under instead of between?)

4. Put 'the linking mark' where two words are pronounced as a linking sound.

5. Put linking between and under the two words.

ex) I like her.
(Like her is pronounced as a linking sound. So you should put 'linking' between and under the two words.)

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Are the expressions above correct?
According to your correction, I changed and added some more expressions. Would you check them, please? Writeacher?


Could anybody answer the questions?

  • English Expression -

    1. Paying attention to "linking," listen carefully. sounds good; I corrected punctuation after linking.

    2. Mark 'linking' where two words are pronounced as a linking sound. sounds good

    3. Mark 'linking' between/under two words which are pronounced as a linking sound.
    (What about under instead of between?)
    It depends on what type of mark you mean by a linking mark. Is it like a parenthesis on its side? If so, then either between or under will work.

    4. Put 'the linking mark' where two words are pronounced as a linking sound. sounds good

    5. Put linking between and under the two words. You need to choose - between or under.

    ex) I like her.
    (Like her is pronounced as a linking sound. So you should put 'linking' between and under the two words.)
    You need to choose - between or under.

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