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ex) Is your father still alive?

In this sentence, 'is your' is pronounced just like one word.

In this sentence, 'is your' is pronounced like just one word.

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Which expression is correct?

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    The second sentence is better.

    "Just" modifies "one," so it should be as close as possible to it.

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