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    Weak forms in sentences.

    Hi am trying to find out if wether {i] is the weak form in the sentence "the book that i want"and if it isnt then what is?thanks

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    Re: Weak forms in sentences.

    It really dfepends on the meaning- it could be important to stress that it is the book I want (not you or someone else). 'The' could be a weak form here.

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