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3.7 Word Groups - T Between two Consonants
When a T comes in between two consonants, we don't usually pronounce it.
You don'T Have to go - You Don hafta go. (no T)
If there is a vowel sound before the T and the next word also begins with T, the two T sounds join together to create one slightly stronger T.
iT Takes two to tango. - ITakes two to tango.
you were rIghT To be angry. - You were riTu be angry. ( The O becomes a SCHWA)
This is an example of twinning or gemination.