Its actually pretty good pronunciation. The problem your having is that some words end in a vowel while the next ones begin with one so the sounds become enmeshed to sound like one long word. Ex חולצה אתה. Although they are two separate words, when a hebrew speaker says them it sound like this: חולצאאתה.
Are there rules/guidelines for when spoken words are blended with others -- with spoken syllables dropped? I'm hearing here ... Azoh kholtzat (tiny pause) alovesh., So kholzah + atah -> kholzat-a , with one "ah" syllable dropped? The only break in חולצה אתה לובש being in the middle of אתה.