You’re having me on!

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Notice how the contraction of “You are” is pronounced exactly the same as the pronoun “your”. The /j/ sound at the end of “me” is necessary because of the following vowel. It should come quite naturally though.

This means “I don’t believe you”, or “I think you’re joking”.

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