I don't understand "can't" without "t" in American English
Thank you so much for a lot of opinions about my previous entry. I learned a lot of things from them.
I understand how to distinguish "can't" without "t" from "can" in British English, but I don't in American English. I watched videos dealing with it and asked a teacher what's the difference. I understood what they said, but I can't pronounce and listen to it perfectly. I've almost gave in. My accent is influenced by Canadian accent because my favorite band's vocalist is from Canada and I imitate how he sings often. Isn't it strange that only when I say "can't" without "t", I speak with another accent?