the question: Can I use your bathroom? phonetically looks like: [kə_naɪ ˈyuz yər ˈbæθˌrum]
I think the stress should be on the verb USE and the noun BATHROOM. Am I right?
Some dictionaries show the reduced form of "your" as /yər/ and some show it as /jər/. As far as I know /y/ can be both consonant and a vowel. If I decide to use /y/ in "your" as a vowel I can link the two words "USE + YOUR" together [ˈyu_zyər] because "z" is a consonant, but If I decide to use /jər/ with /j/, [ˈyuz jər] can't be linked together because there are two consonants.
Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you!