Pronunciation of "t" in "C'est à moi"

RobB2

Pronunciation of "t" in "C'est à moi"

Why does the pronunciation accompanying this lesson not pronounce the "t" in "C'est à moi"? I have another French language program (and a French speaking daughter) which does pronounce it. Is this possibly a regional difference? Which is correct in formal Parisian French?
Asked 1 year ago
CécileKwiziq language super starCorrect answer

Hi Rob,

I have listened to the audio and can't hear the 't' .

However, both would be correct, .The 't' should be sounded but you will hear both. Children are less likely to want to be formal.

Hope this helps!

Pronunciation of "t" in "C'est à moi"

Why does the pronunciation accompanying this lesson not pronounce the "t" in "C'est à moi"? I have another French language program (and a French speaking daughter) which does pronounce it. Is this possibly a regional difference? Which is correct in formal Parisian French?

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