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  5. "'S e croitear a th' annam."

"'S e croitear a th' annam."

Translation:I am a crofter.

March 5, 2020

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https://www.duolingo.com/profile/ChristianGering

How is the pronunciation of croitear? It seems to me that there is the sound /f/ before the t, as in English crofter. But in general I would expect a /tç/ sound for a slender t. I'm a bit hard of hearing, therefore it's sometimes not easy for me to distinguish the sounds in the recordings. And I'm sorry for not having proper IPA characters available in my mobile phone.

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