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How to say \”What are you doing?\” more casually [ ForB English Lesson ]
Welcome to ForB’s English lesson video! This time Kevin is going to explain how to say \”What are you doing?\” more casually. For other videos, please check out ForB YouTube Channel. ⇒http://www.youtube.com/user/ForBenglish
Hello, everyone. Welcome to ForB’s English lesson video. I’m Kevin, and for today’s lesson, we ‘re going to look at a very common question in English. So, often when you’re talking with a friend or coworker and you’re interested in their activity at this moment, we can ask this question: \”What are you doing?\”
Because this is a common question and we use it a lot, there are more casual ways of asking this question. So, if we ask, \”What are you doing?\”, hmm. It sounds a little formal or a little unnatural. So, instead, more casual way of saying this. One is to combine the first two words. So, instead of asking \”What are\”, we’re going to push those words together and ask \”What’re\”, \”What’re.\”
You’ll notice when we combine those together, the \”what\” which has a hard T sound, the more casual way, the T softens, more of a D sound. \”What’re, what’re.\” And instead of a full R, it’s an \”er.\” \”What are, what’re.\” So, change that T, more like a D. \”ar\” to \”er\”. Let’s give it a try. Please repeat after me. \”What’re, what’re, what’re.\” Three times. \”What’re, what’re, what’re.\”
OK. Very good. Then, for the last word \”doing\”, of course, \”doing\” ends in that ING. Has that \”ing\” sound. However, many native speakers when they say words ending in \”ING\”, the last \”ng\” is not so strong. We say it very softly, almost dropping it a little bit. Depending where you’re from or what area of America what area of Britain, Australia, some people totally drop that G sound.
So, I have some friends from the western American states, who actually say \”doin\”, there’s almost no G sound at all. However, from the eastern states, where I’m from, there’s a little bit \”doing, doing.\” But notice, both ways, not so strong. We don’t want to say \”Doingu.\” We don’t want that very strong \”gu\” sound at the end. So, let’s practice this with a very soft ING. \”Doing, doing, doing.\” OK. Very good. Three times. \”Doing, doing, doing.\”
OK. Great. So, now let’s put that beginning and ending together with the \”you\” in the middle. So, we want to say \”What’re you doing? What’re you doing?\” Please repeat after me. \”What’re you doing? What’re you doing? What’re you doing?\” OK. Very good. Now, let’s try three times nice and fast. \”What’re you doing? What’re you doing? What’re you doing?\” OK. Great job.
Now, this \”What’re doing?\” is a bit casual, but very common and we can ask this style of question in any situation. However, there’s another way of asking this question that’s even more casual. So, instead of just combining the first two words, the \”what\” and \”are.\” We’re going to combine all three words together.
So, instead of \”what are you\”, \”watcha\”, \”whatch\”, \”whatch doing?\” Now, this \”whatcha\”, if you look at how it’s usually spelled, there is a T before the \”cha.\” However, when we say it there’s actually no T sound. \”wha cha, wha cha, wha cha.\” Let’s give it a try. Please repeat after me. \”wha cha, wha cha, wha cha.\” And, again, three times nice and fast. \”wha cha, wha cha, wha cha.\” Alright, great.
Now, let’s make it into the sentence. Remember, with our last word \”doing\”, very soft ING. \”Whatcha doing? Whatcha doing?\” Repeat after me. \”Whatcha doing? Whatcha doing? Whatcha doing?\” OK. Good. Three times. \”Whatcha doing? Whatcha doing? Whatcha doing?\”
Alright, very nice. Remember, this last way is very very casual. You don’t want to use it in a business situation or formal situations. It wouldn’t make a good impression. People might think you’re a lazy speaker. However, it is quite common casually so you will hear people on the streets or maybe your friends say this sometimes. So, it’s good to know it so that when you hear it you can recognize it and understand.
OK. Let’s do a final practice. So, I’ve taught you the two ways of asking this question a little more casually, so I want to tell you either second or third. If I say second, I want to hear you asking \”What’re you doing?\” If I ask third, I want to hear you say \”Whatcha doing?\”
OK? Let’s give it a try. Ready and third! OK. Good. \”Whatcha doing?\”
And, second! \”What’re you doing?\” Very good. And, second. \”What’re you doing?\” Very nice. And, last one. Third. \”Whatcha doing?\” OK. Very good.
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