I was talking to someone about a fight between a scorpion and a beetle before we watch the actual video. We were predicting what would happen.
I wanted to sound informal by saying, "the scorpion 'll kill the beetle". Then suddenly it came to me it would sound wierd (like Lionel) and I wasn't sure how it should be said so I chose the safer choice and said, "the scorpion will kill the beetle".
I know native speakers have no problem saying it and as I checked the possible duplicates, it's actually quite common though there wasn't any question saying how to actually say it.
Long story short, I want the phonetic transcript of "scorpion'll". Should I add schwa after n? i.e. /ˈskɔːpiənəl/. And for a rule of thumb should I do the same with all other consonant sounds? For examlpe, Jim'll, Vladimir'll.