Произношение got to, have to и has to.

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>> Выражение got to произносится как *gotta, выражение have to произносится как *hafta, выражение has to произносится как *hasta <<

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Joe: My tooth’s driving me crazy. Joe: My tooth’s *drivin’ me crazy.
George: Then you’ve got to make an appointment with a dentist. George: Then you’ve *gotta make an appointment with a dentist.
Joe: I’ve got to find one first. I don’t have a dentist. Joe: I’ve *gotta find one first. I don’t have a dentist.
George: I have to go downtown. Come on. Let’s go to my dentist. George: I *hafta go downtown. Come on. Let’s go Ma my dentist.
Joe: I can’t. I have to study. Joe: I *kant. I *hafta study.
George: Are you going to go to the dentist after that? Your tooth has to be taken care of. George: Are *ya *gonna go *da the dentist after that? *Yer tooth *hasta be taken care of.
Joe: I know it has to be taken care of. But I’ve got to get some gas. Joe: I know it *hasta be taken care of. But I’ve *gotta *git some gas.
George: Then are you going to go to the dentist? George: Then are *ya *gonna go *da the dentist?
Joe: Well no. After that, I have to go to the bank. Joe: Well, no. After that, I *hafta go *da the bank.
George: Okay, but after you go to the bank, you’ve got to go to the dentist! George: Okay, but after *ya go *da the bank, you’ve *gotta go *da the dentist!

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