In the examples above the es in "tu es" is pronounced like the ê in êtes and also like the e in et. Is there a rule for which pronunciation to use when? Or is it more of a regional difference?
The 'es' of 'tu es', is pronounced more of with an accent grave sound like est rather than et which is more acute.
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