How do you pronounce have not?

How do Americans pronounce not?

Not all “O”s are the same on either side of the Pond. While we Brits tend towards ri-ZOT-oh (to rhyme with “not”), you’ll usually hear ri-ZOW-toh here, and while we say YOG-urt (again, rhyming with “not”), Americans give it the “Oh” sound, resulting in YOH-gurt.

Is the T in fillet silent?

Filet (one l): a piece of meat or fish. The t is silent, at least in AE.

Is the T silent?

The \t\ is silent. Why? Often has a medial /t/ that, like similar words such has “hasten” and “soften,” was once pronounced and is now typically silent. Unlike the similar words, pronouncing the “t” in “often” has returned in some modern usage.