- "You want to see my muscles?"
- "You love dogs."
- "You wanna see my moves?"
- "You like him."
- "You come with me." etc.
In this kind of sentences where "you" is at the beginning of the sentence, can I make a short, quick /u/ sound instead of the long /uː/ sound when I pronounce the "you"s? Can I pronounce "you" either as /juː/or /ju/ interchangeably when it's at the beginning of any sentence? I feel like if the word that comes after "you" starts with a vowel, the /u/ sound should be pronounced in the long way, but in the other cases it can be pronounced either the long or the short way.