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aishanuwang

  • one year ago

FRENCH - I'm confused - don't you pronounce a "T" whenever it's followed by any vowel? Or only an "A"? I just heard someone say "C'est un..." and they pronounced it as "Say un..." but I thought it had to be "Say-t un..."?

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  1. Vincent-Lyon.Fr
    • one year ago
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    Pronouncing the t sounds more educated. But dropping it is no big deal. C'est une belle maison C'est avec lui que j'habite C'est à la fenêtre qu'il est apparu C'est en hiver qu'il neige C'est ici que j'habite

  2. aishanuwang
    • one year ago
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    Oh ok thanks!

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