Question word / Auxiliary / Subject / Verb / Object or Complement
The person speaking in the clip has a standard south of England accent, well, that which you’d come across in and around the Greater London area anyway. Pay particular attention to the pronunciation (or non-pronunciation) of the ‘r’ after vowel sounds. You can see from the dictionary links with phonetics that the American dictionary includes the /r/ sound yet the British version includes it as an option (r). I’ve marked some examples under the video itself. You can check those against US pronunciation of the same word.
Click on the ‘pronunciation’ button beside the phonetic text when the dictionary opens.
Ever wondered (have / you / ever wondered) where a question might take you? UK /ˈwʌndə/ – US /ˈwʌndər/
Why / do / cats / purr? UK /pəː/ – US \ˈpər\
The moon was once a pie in the sky.