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I know that the word ‘Kind of’ is pronounced ‘Kinda’ when Relaxed pronunciation

Is there many cases where the pronunciation of "Kinda[kaɪndə]" changes more relax and is pronounced as "Kina [kaɪnə]"?

Is "Think of [θɪŋk əv]" often pronounced "Think of [θɪŋ əv]" on the same principle?

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realtor28Is there many cases where the pronunciation of "Kinda[kaɪndə]" changes more relax and is pronounced as "Kina [kaɪnə]"?

Yes, "kina" would not be uncommon in casual speech, I think.

realtor28Is "Think of [θɪŋk əv]" often pronounced "Thing of [θɪŋ əv]" on the same principle?

I think you mean as amended.

No, "thing of" for "think of" is not something that I hear.

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realtor28Is there many cases where the pronunciation of "Kinda[kaɪndə]" changes more relax and is pronounced as "Kina [kaɪnə]"?

I have heard this with native speakers in a VERY relaxed situation. I would never suggest this for a non native speaker.

realtor28Is "Think of [θɪŋk əv]" often pronounced "Think of [θɪŋ əv]" on the same principle?

The only relaxed version I have heard of this is: THING-KOV