aishanuwang
  • aishanuwang
In the phrase "D'accord, alors," would the final D in D'accord be pronounced since it's followed by an A, or is it still pronounced like "dakor, alor"?
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  • chestercat
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mathmate
  • mathmate
No you do not make the liason between different sentences, or when separated by a comma or most other punctuation signs. For a list of situations where liason should be, or should not be applied, see for example: http://www.lepointdufle.net/ressources_fle/liaisons_obligatoires_liaisons_interdites.htm
vheah
  • vheah
Since there is a comma between D'accord and alors, you don't do a liason between the two. so it's pronounced "dakor, alor" like what you wrote.
aishanuwang
  • aishanuwang
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mathmate
  • mathmate
@aishanuwang you're welcome! :)

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