Connecting your words together as a continuous stream of syllables will help you sound more like a native speaker. Just the way you link syllables together within a word, syllables between words are connected as well.
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President's Day - The letter "s" can sometimes be an "s" sound (e.g., case), and sometimes a "z" sound (e.g., rise). Common spellings for the "s" sound are the letters "c" and "s" (e.g., peace, bus). Common spellings for the "z" sound are the letters "z" and "s" (e.g., prize, lose). The word "President's" has a "z" sound (pronounced "prezident's"). Compare with the word "precedence" which has the "s" sound (pronounced "presedence").