Leave it out!

leave it out

The most common difficulty here is the sound /i:/. The colon shows that it’s a long sound, unlike the short /ɪ/ of “live”, and needs a wider mouth, like a little smile. Notice the stress on the preposition again.

This is a slang phrase, meaning “stop it!”

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