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How do I say "A la suite de cet incident"

1/ Right: \a la sɥit də sɛt ɛ̃ si dɑ̃\ 2/ Never said: \a la sɥi tə sɛt ɛ̃ si dɑ̃\ There has to be a d in the pronunciation. It is not difficult at all, at least for the French, and so, after some ...
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How do I say "A la suite de cet incident"

I don't think we have trouble chaining [d] and [t] (like in "bedtime") but if pronounced quickly, the sentence will sound like: \a la sɥitsɛt ɛ̃sidɑ̃\ This is called assimilation régressive ...
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The pronunciation of French "e"

Most of it's wrong. The e in some cases, like the final e and in celà, is supposed to be represented by a ligated œ as in œuf and bœuf. Also, the é and -er are supposed to be represented by the symbol ...
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Does French have the English "short i" vowel?

Obviously, yes. It is in the letter é, as in the past participle, and «été»,«café,»,«musée», «cité», etc., and -er (the infinitive), etc., as well as in some instances of the letter «i» in the French ...
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When does the ɔ have a "o̞" OR "ɞ" sound?

As a beginner, you really shouldn't worry about this. Just consider the open and closed "o" and you'll be fine. The pronunciation of "o" in particular is heavily dependant on ...
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When does the ɔ have a "o̞" OR "ɞ" sound?

The symbol always signifies the same sound, so the ɔ always has an ɔ sound. What you're asking I think is what letters have this or that sound. The o in soleil and most of your examples is the short ...
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