While reading the wiki article on French liaisons, I came across this bit:
Cuir (addition of erroneous liaisons in -t-):
- Tu peux-t-avoir, instead of tu peux‿avoir (with /.z‿/).
Velours (addition of erroneous liaisons in -z-):
- cent-z-euros (100 €), instead of cent‿euros (with /.t‿/) — although deux cents‿euros (200 €) is correct (with /.z‿/).
It's pronounced peux-t-avoir ?? Or they're saying that's wrong? I'm having a hard time following this. And Moi-z-aussi… is that how it should pronounced?
I guess I'm just now learning the finer points of liaisons — prior to now I had just been going by basic spelling rules.