I have to disagree on this. English is a language that does not like to blend words. I believe this is a feature that actually makes English easier, because you can more clearly hear the separation between words. When I was learning Spanish, I often had trouble understanding native speakers because of the vowel blending.
Take a look at the British Received Pronunciation English dialect: It's a non-rhotic dialect that hates vowel blending so much that it adds an intruisive r sound in between words that end and begin with a vowel. Example: "Asia-r-and America." Be thankful you don't have to write that. ;)