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    Weak and strong forms of the word "just"

    Hello, I'm studying Ponetics and Phonology, and one of the doubts that came to my mind is: When do we pronounce the word "Just" in its weak, and when in its stong form? Also I have problems with another word: "Must". The same question.
    I know that there are differences , but I don't have the necessary information I need to give my exam. And I don't find that information in my Phonetic book. Thank you very much for your help!

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    Re: Weak and strong forms of the word "just"

    /dʒʌs/ vs /dʒəs/

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