Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 2 – Episode 32 – Pronunciation Skill – Pronouncing Final Consonant /t/ Before Another Consonant

As I went over on my previous podcast, this one is very similar because in order for you to sound like a native speaker of English, you’ll have to learn how to link words. I’ve been over this quite a few times already, and will continue going over this for a LONGGGGG time. So, brace yourself.

When a word ends with /t/ and the following word begins with a consonant, the final /t/ in the first word is not fully pronounced.  Instead, we stop our voice very quickly before saying the next word.

What /wat/

What should I do?


  1. What should we know about our eyes?
  2. You may notice that women blink more than men.
  3. Women react when they hear loud sounds.
  4. The best night vision belongs to cats and owls.
  5. In fact bats can see.



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