I wouldn’t worry about it.

I wouldn't worry about it

 

Notice how the “w” of “worry” changes the “nt” before to more like an “m”, making the whole group of consonants easier. I’ve marked the “t” at the end as /ʔ/, but it could be a normal /t/.

The phrase is just an informal way of saying, “Don’t worry.” My students have exams next week. Don’t worry; revise!

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