Is 'sit on' read as 'sitɔn' or 'sidɔn'? Thank you!
May 2, 2016 11:35 AM
Answers · 4
May 2, 2016
North American English uses the "flap d" that sounds like "sidon". British English doesn't use that, so I think in British English it would sound like "siton" (or sometimes a glottal stop: "si' on".)
May 2, 2016
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