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Whaddya and Watcha (A.J. Hoge)

Whaddya and Watcha are very common spoken English "words" but you probably will not find them in the dictionary. What do they mean and how do you use them correctly?

You should get used to these two words because most people use them all the time in normal conversation.

What do you = What d'you = /wɒDjə/ (AmE /wɑDjə/)

What do you need? /wɒDjə ni:d/

What are you = What you = /wɒtʃə/ (AmE /wɑtʃə/)

What are you doing? /wɒtʃə du:ɪŋ/

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