The following phrases all contain words whose phonemic shapes are influenced by their context. Begin by transcribing the words as they would be pronounced in isolation (dictionary pronunciation), and then transcribe them again as a phrase, including any potential weak forms. See if you can identify the processes that operate in the phrase.
|roast beef||stuffed tomatoes||chained together|
|rolled gold||kind to hands||a child’s voice|
|closed shop||fan club||ground floor|
|Aunt Mary||lined paper||don’t go|
|cracked cups||raw eggs||wet paint|
|high up||a car engine||no others|
|Veronica Edwards||pit closures||blind mice|