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Hey guys!

If i'm not mistaken (and please, correct me if am), when a "t" is preceded by an aspirated sound, i won't be aspirated too, such as in words like history and after. My question is: if that sound is in a previous word, as in "has turned", will the t be aspirated or not?

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Joaozinif that sound is in a previous word, as in "has turned", will the t be aspirated or not?

Aspirated when the "t" starts a stressed syllable. "has turned"
Unaspirated otherwise. "has to go soon"

The difference is negligible at normal conversational speeds, so if I were you, I would not worry too much about this.

CJ