Let’s leave it at that.

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Notice the difference in length between the long vowel /i:/ and the short vowel/ɪ/. Also, notice the weak vowel on”at”, as it’s not stressed. Make the t in “at” with your tongue already touching your teeth, ready for /ð/.

This phrase means “Let’s stop what we’re doing now.”

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