How do you say the word accomplice?
What is the meaning of the word accomplice?
Is the L in folk silent?
People frown on this in non-standard dialects such as cockney (“the ol’ bill”). But the “l” in folk, talk and walk used to be pronounced. Now almost everyone uses a “w” instead- we effectively say fowk, tawk and wawk.
Is the T silent in exactly?
Is T silent in restaurant?
Native speakers on that tapes pronounce “t” very clearly in some words like ‘often’, ‘restaurant‘, etc.
Is it OK to pronounce the T in often?
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