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I have edited my post.
Make the test easier.(here is my sentence)
My question is the second "t" in "test" is a consonant and "easier" begins with a vowel sound.
Should I say this sentence as "Make the tes teasier"? The second "t" in "test" links to "easier".
As I know "s" in "test" is a strong sound, actually that strong sound can kill the second "t" in test".
If so, there will be two versions, which are:
Make the tes(t is reduced) easier or make the tes teasier ( the second t links to the vowel in "easier".
My question is which pronunciation is correct in linking.
Thanks for answering my question.
Last edited by newbie123456; 11-Jul-2012 at 09:10.
Welcome to forun, newbie.
Please start all sentences with a capital letter, and end with a full stop:
Make the test easier.
There are no linking words in your sentence. I don't know why you rewrote the sentence twice without the final t of 'test'.