"איתכם אני שמח."
Translation:With you I'm happy.
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Well, unfortunately the suffix כֶם is always pronounced as a fricative, even when it follows a closed syllable. You may pause shortly after the [t] in order to let your tongue leave its dental position, until you learn to say it faster. By the way, do you pronounce the רֵישׁ as a trill too or as an uvular approximant, the throaty r, so that the accidental trill is not part of your usual sound set you use in Hebrew?