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Hi again, I have another question, hope y'all don't mind
While reading another thread on the word "scientists", I found that I never pronounce the "s" at the end when a word containing s in a sentence... For example, for the sentence" the scientists were gone", I'd just say "the scientist were gone". Does that happen to you guys? It seems like I can never pronounce the sssss stss fast enough... Is there a way to solve this?
But there's something about words like 'scientists' and 'physicists' with serial /t/ and /s/ sounds that make them hard for some people.
Try saying "scientists' statistics" a few times.