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    Default Re: My american accent

    Quote Originally Posted by pizza View Post
    This is an interesting point. Can anybody provide some examples contrasting palatalized vs plain T's?
    [ˈkwɛsʧən]
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    What about aspiration?, such as in [p] at the beginning of a word like pin. Is the [t] in "To" aspirated?.
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    Default Re: My american accent

    Not bad at all.....I love to listen to the accent my Texan colleague at work has:):):)!!!!!....they call it the Southern U.S. "twang":):)

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