Geen Probleem / Geen Probleem - Single.
Non-reduced unstressed sounds are often retained in: (a) compound words, eg blackboard, (b) borrowings from the French and other languages, eg kolkhoz.
The sounds l and also u in the suffix -ful are very frequent realizations of the unstressed positions, eg beautiful.
Reduction is a historical process of weakening, shortening or disappearance of vowel sounds in unstressed positions.
Reduced vowels should be made very weak.Undefined Arrival / In Hardwood Groves.Uitbundig / Alles Net.Cozenages / In Hardwood Groves.Intro / In Hardwood Groves.Three different types of reduction are noticed in English.Weaken unstressed form-words, personal and possessive pronouns, auxiliary and modal verbs whenever it is necessary.So reduction is realized: (a) in unstressed syllables within words, eg demonstrative; (b) in unstressed form-words, auxiliary and modal verbs, personal and possessive pronouns within intonation groups and phrases.In Je Buurt / Alles Net.Tread / In Hardwood Groves.
Zusje Zegt / Alles Net.
Elision of vowels in the unstressed position, eg I'm up already.
Elision is normally unintentional, but it may be deliberate.Ephemeral / In Hardwood Groves.Quantitative reduction - shortening of a vowel sound in the unstressed position, affects mainly long vowels, eg he hi: hi).Attention / Attention - Single.The neutral sound represents the reduced form of almost any vowel or diphthong in the unstressed position, eg: project project.When does he come?Alles Net / Alles Net.Stressed words are pronounced with great energy of breath.
You can easily.
Sometimes they are even dropped in fluent speech, eg factory.