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Je sais qu'on fait ça quand le E suivant est muet, mais j'entends qu'on le prononce quand on dit "appellerai" ou "jetterai" Le mais me fait penser que vous voyez là une contradiction. De fait, il n'y a aucun e muet nulle part. Pas plus dans l'infinitif du verbe appeler que dans le appellerai du futur puisque vous dites très justement l'entendre. (Encore ...


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I think I can say that your "Robert" has a mistake, because I own the "Grand Robert", edition of 1985, and in my Robert, "terrorisme" is given with [ɛ]. And in fact, before a double consonant, the letter "e" has to be pronounced that way ("terre", for example). The fact of pronouncing it [e] is a often a childish mistake and not an academic possibility.


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Whether you pronounce /e/ or /ɛ/ in agression, terrorisme and many other words doesn't make that much a difference. There are regional or just personal variations so native speakers might use one or the other. For example, here is a map showing if raisonner is more pronounced /re.../ (dark blue) or /rɛ.../ (light blue) depending on the département of origin:...


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