I have always added a puff of air after it, whether in the beginning, in the middle or in the end of words.
I have a feeling that your tongue should touch the teeth so as to say the t sound but never actually say it.
Is there any preference between the "quick d" sound and the glottal stop?
So, instead of the t+puff of air... What should be there?If it's followed by another word that begins with a vowel, there's a high chance it'll be a quick d sound.But if not... thenMy friend described it as a glottal stop. Is it?Or
is it like a "t" sound, but without a puff of air (or at least, with a
puff of air a lot smaller than when t appears in the beginning of
words)?I have a feeling that your tongue should touch the teeth so
as to say the t sound but never actually say it. Does it make sense? :)
'T' is certainly not aspirated at the end of words.
However, a final t is commonly changed to a glottal stop.