American English has its own way to pronounce “nt”

Let’s take a look at this typical American English pronunciation “nt”.
In U.S.A, the “nt” sound is completely lost (and pronounced as a flat “n”) when followed by a vowel sound.
Here are some American examples of the :
  • internet = “innernet”
  • international = “innernational”
  • interconnected = “innerconnected”
In a similar way, “t” of “want” is lost as “want to” becomes “wanna.” This is also the case with the past tense “wanted,” which is pronounced as “wah-nid”

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