Is it just me or does the "t" in "toán" sound like a "p"?
no it's a t but you must speak with a blow like a p
“With a blow” would be aspirated like ‹th›…
From Chinese 計算 jìsuàn (Cantonese gai3syun3, Hokkien kè-sǹg) ‘calculate, compute’.
Không "một " tai sao???
It does not work with "My father is the accountant and my mother is the engineer."
In English it's okay to leave out the second is . "My father is an accountant and my mother an engineer " Duo không thích
What about "My father is accountant and my mother is engineer." ?