/wi/ ˈɒf(ə)n /həv/ /tə/ weɪt /fə/ ðəm /tə/ kuːl bɪˈfɔː /wi/ /kən/ ˈhændl ðɛm || L10. Not always very convenient this, would you agree?
nɒt ˈɔːlweɪz ˈveri kənˈviːniənt ðɪs | /wəd/ /ju/ əˈgriː || weak forms are marked with / /
B. From the above text pick out ANY possible 1. elisions, 2. assimilations, 3. linking phenomena (linking /r/), 4.syllabic consonants (l, r, n) , and 5. Lateral and nasal release showing also how the segments are effected.
Forms of the auxiliary verb /hæv/ are are susceptible to elision of word-initial /h/ and and can be pronounced as /əv/ /əvnt/