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    British r at the end of words

    Hi
    Is r tottaly omitted when it comes at the end of the word for example better future grammar
    or we only stop the air flow like American /t/ when comes at the end of words for example 'can't'
    I hope my question is clear
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    Re: British r at the end of words

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