Why do I hear a glottal stop after s- in "sent" (like /sʔent/)
25 minutes too late~
That is for later. Seemed right to me lol
i wrote it is overdue...to me seems correct.…what do you think?
I suspect that's kind of like claiming that "det er mad' means "that is soup".
Yes, soup is food, and overdue things are late, but they don't really mean the same thing.
To apologise, too late...
Please check the sound track as it is virtually impossible to hear the t on Det. It sounds to the ear whether fast or slow as De.
It is /de/. -t in "det" isn't pronounced.