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  • here jennifer from tarle speech with your pronunciation question

  • today's question is kind of a tip it's about

  • linking and how do you pronounce a lot of

  • put it in and thought of so the tip today revolves around the flap t

  • sound when we have the letter t uh the t

  • sound between two vowels we are going to pronounce that vowel

  • as a d sound and when we link phrases we say them without a pause

  • between those words and when you say them without a pause between the words

  • then we follow word stress rules so right here we have a lot

  • of if you say it like that everyone's going to understand you totally fine

  • but if you want to get a little fancier and use that flap t

  • you can say a lot of a lot of for put

  • it in you can say it like that everyone would understand you

  • but if you want to get fancy you could make those two t's into your flap

  • t's or that fast d sound put it in put it in and then for

  • thought of you can say it just like that or

  • you can get fancy again and use that flap t thought of

  • so we have a lot of put it in and thought of

  • so if you thought of a lot of questions about this

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here jennifer from tarle speech with your pronunciation question

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A2 flap put thought lot sound linking

LINKING - English Pronunciation Lesson: Flap T - A lot of - Put it in - Thought of

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    Summer posted on 2020/12/18
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