I'm getting into English recently and I'm a little confused by the way people pronounce a word that starts in a vowel right after a word ending in -ing.
You have to bring it up now?
I don't know if I should pronounce it as:
- bring /ŋit/
- brin' /nit/
- bring /git/
Another example would be "I'm coming out".
Likewise, what about the ending -ang? For example:
We can just hang out and have a good time.
And to round it all up, what about a combination of the two? For example,
He got sick of hanging around waiting for you and went home.
I've been asking myself these questions for weeks.