pronouncing ‘t’ the British way

Some words that begin with a ‘t’ or have a ‘t’ somewhere in them are commonly pronounced like ‘ch’. This way of pronouncing the ‘t’ is very common in British English but is rarely used in American English.

However, you can’t pronounce all words containing a ‘t’ like a ‘ch’, there are some rules to follow.

British English - pronouncing the ‘t’ as a ‘ch’

The rules

Do you want to learn when to pronounce it like a ‘ch’ and when not to? Take a look at my handy video and start practicing today.