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Family, interesting, comfortable, vegetable

From: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opKPVqxE_QY

Family /ˈfæməli/ > /ˈfæm li/

Vegetable /ˈvedʒ təbl/

Interesting /ˈɪn trəs tɪŋ/

Interest /ˈɪn trəst/

Comfortable /ˈkʌmfərtəbl/ > /ˈkʌmftəbl/

Favorite /ˈfeɪvərɪt/ > /ˈfeɪv rɪt/

Chocolate /ˈtʃɔːkələt/ > /ˈtʃɔː klət/ 

Different /ˈdɪf rənt/

Camera /ˈkæm rə/

Catholic /ˈkæθ lɪk/

Listening /ˈlɪs nɪŋ/ (listen /ˈlɪsn/)

Memory /ˈmeməri/ > /ˈmem ri/

Traveling /ˈtræv lɪŋ/

Natural /ˈnæ tʃrəl/

Actually /ˈæktʃuəli/ > /ˈæk tʃu li/

Restaurant /ˈrestərɑːnt/ > /ˈres trɑːnt/ or tr>ch

Separate /ˈseprət/ > /ˈsep rət/

Several /ˈsev rəl/

Temperature /ˈtem prə tʃər/

Business /ˈbɪznəs/ > /ˈbɪz nis/

Every /ˈev ri/

Lottery /ˈlɑː tə ri/ > /ˈlɑː də ri/

Refrigerator /rɪˈfrɪdʒəreɪtər/ > Fridge /frɪdʒ/


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVFNfYRLdqs

Artichoke /ˈɑːrtɪtʃəʊk/ >  /ˈɑːrdɪ tʃəʊk/

Eggplant /ˈeɡ plænt/

Parsnip /ˈpɑːr snɪp/

Avocado /ˌævəˈkɑːdəʊ/

Broccoli /ˈbrɑːk ə li/ > /ˈbrɑːk ə li/ = /ˈbrɑːk li/

Cabbage /ˈkæbɪdʒ/

Carrot /ˈkærət/

Pepper /ˈpepər/

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