LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||08/SET/2009 11:58 AM|
As far as I know 'T' is 'silent' in American English in the following examples...T and N are so close in the mouth that the [t] can disappear.
*If the T is at the end of a word, you almost don't hear it at all.
put, what, lot, set, hot, sit, shot, brought.
*Guess that's what happens with the word 'resT(s)' in the song you've mentioned...
Let's wait for some more information.
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