Re: can vs can't
Originally Posted by I'm With Stupid
You appear to be contradicting yourself there.
The giveaway is the length of the vowel sound. Can has a short vowel even when it's stressed: /kӕn/. Can't has a long vowel sound /ka:nt/ (the t can be replaced with a glottal stop).
The second quote is true for most speakers of BrE but not, as you pointed out in the first quote, for most speakers of AmE.
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