Hello. I would like native speakers who use the stantard English accent (BBC, for example) to answer, please. The word "Consider" (for example) is pronounced like that: /kənˈsɪdə/. But when it is followed by another word, like in "Consider it done", people pronounce R. My question is: If I pronounce /kənˈsɪdəɪtdʌn/ (without pronouncing letter r), Am I making a mistake? Or is it correct but too posh? Bear in mind that I want to learn the standard English accent. Other examples: Are (You are_ordinary), Better (better_experienced), Water (water_is), etc... CAN I SKIP "R" WHEN PRONOUNCING THOSE COMPOUNDS? Thanks.