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Greeting: Nice to Meet You (Freddie's Ville) UNIT 2 - part of lesson F
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The usual greeting when we are introduced to somebody knew:

Nice to meet you


Notice the two different pronunciations. In the first conversation they make an assimilation which transforms the sounds between MEET and YOU according to this assimilation rule:

T + Y = CH

so "meet you" sounds like "meechoo". But in the second conversation there is no assimilation, so they keep the T and Y sounds separate.


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