Let’s sleep on it.

let's sleep on it

Notice that the “t” in “let’s” is pronounced as a stop down in your throat, where your voice is, not with the tongue, this makes it easier and softer. Remember not to pause between the two /s/ sounds; run them together. Make sure the /i:/ in “sleep” is nice and long.

We say this when we can’t decide something. It means, “Let’s decide tomorrow.”

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