What are and wadar
Wadar is a word that you will never see in any dictionary but it is used by millions of native speakers of English every day.
This is one of the most popular liaisons in English. When you scrunch “What” and “are” together, the “t” in what becomes a “d” and the two words are pronounced wadar.
Here are ten examples of Wadar and how it will be pronounced in real life in a conversation with a native speaker.
Wadaryou doing tomorrow?
Wadar you laughing at?
Wadar the chances of that happening?
Wadaryou gonna wear to the pardy?
Wadar those boys over there doing?
Wadar you keeping all this junk for?
Wadar you serving for dinner?
Wadar you looking at?