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Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
22
comment Is final /n/ sound reduced / nasalized in American English?
both from upstate NY, sorry.
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22
accepted Is final /n/ sound reduced / nasalized in American English?
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22
asked Is final /n/ sound reduced / nasalized in American English?
Sep
9
comment Pronunciation of final T sounds in English
I wasn't sure which I was asking for either. I was thinking about it as I was reading "Green Eggs and Ham" aloud for the 100+th time and it sounded like I was using both de-aspirated [t] and glottal stops for "I do NOT like them..." depending on how fast I was reading, while the [t] in "goat" and "boat" seemed more uniformly de-aspirated, not glottal.
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accepted Pronunciation of final T sounds in English
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