Hit the sales.

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The interesting point here is the pronunciation of the “t” in “hit”. Because of the following /ð/ sound, we pronounce the “t” with the tongue a little forward, touching the top teeth.

The phrase means “go out shopping in the sales”. It’s that time of year.

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