Phonological processes occur regularly in speech, modifying our output to make it easier to pronounce and more natural sounding without impairing understanding to any significant degree. Without these processes, we don't sound like native speakers of our language. They happen in all languages and are, for the most part, caused by the physiology of our speech production system.
Listen to this classic Smothers Brothers skit. You will hear many phonological processes just as you would hear them in the natural speech around you. The benefit to using the smothers Brothers is that a recording can be played over and over again and, well, they're very funny.
As you listen, find the following:
For each occurrence, please provide: