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revised Why is 'an' used with 'an honour'?
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comment Differentiate between past and present just by pronunciation when word is followed by d- or similiar sound
I'm pretty much in agreement with superdemongob. In the 'killed the' version, if the 'd' followed by 'the' is not fully separated, then the 'd' gets sounded and the 'th' gets mangled/dropped (almost like 'killed uh').
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revised Differentiate between past and present just by pronunciation when word is followed by d- or similiar sound
differ -> differentiate