See you next week.

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The difficulty here is the group, or “cluster” of consonants between “next” and “week”. Four consonants is too many, so we simply miss the “t” and immediately it becomes easy.

We use the phrase when we’re saying goodbye, perhaps to workmates on a Friday afternoon. Have a good weekend.

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