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Saying numbers in British and American English (1-100)

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How do we say numbers like twenty, thirty, forty, fifty etc. in English? Well, it depends. There are some curious differences between how I say them in British English and how Jay says them in American English. For example, tweny vs. twenty. Jay often drops the middle t in twenty and says twenny. Then there's thirty. There he says the t but it sounds like very fast d sound - commonly known as a flap t. You'll hear lots of examples of the flap t in numbers in this video Do you ever say free instead of three? We'll tell...
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