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    Hi at all.
    In the word outer ,in my Cambridge Dictionary I've heard that t is pronounce d,but in a movie it is pronounce t.
    Can you explain me this please.
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    They give the pronunciation as /t/ for both British and American English here:outer adjective - definition in British English Dictionary & Thesaurus - Cambridge Dictionary Online
    outer adj - definition in American English Dictionary - Cambridge Dictionary Online

    Sometimes in connected speech /t/ can become /d/, but that doesn't mean it happens all the time.

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    Wink Re: ask for help

    Hi thank you.
    What is the meaning of
    connected speech .
    They give the sound d when i heard the prouniciation.
    The symbole
    -t ̬ is used also in the word better .
    Thank you.

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    Re: ask for help

    Please give your threads more helpful titles. 'Ask for help' tells us nothing. "Pronunciation of 'outer'?" would have been useful for this.

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