Is it possible for American people to drop the
/wh/ and /th/ in words like: "what"; "where"; and "that";
As a non-native speaker, I've been watching lots of
closed-captioned TV series and sentences like "what the hell is that?" and
"there's nothing we can do" sound like "'t the hell is that?" and "'ere's
nothing we can do". What may be happening here???
And the other one is:
We, Brazilian people, are used to pronnouncing
"isn't" something like "izuhnt". But sometimes it sounds strange: something
like: izuht or inst, I dunno.