In casual speech, can you contract "would you" to "dju" in questions like these:
What'd you like to drink?
What flavor'd you like?
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The "y" sound in "you" can trigger a process called palatalization in a preceding consonant in rapid speech, causing it to be pronounced closer to the roof of the mouth. You can in fact see this in any word ending in "d" or "t" followed by a word beginning in "y", where the "d" will be pronounced like a "j", and a "t" will be pronounced like a "ch" in rapid or casual speech. This same process is also why you don't see a "d", "t", "s", or "z" sound followed by a "y" sound within any words in American English.