Re: A new relevation upon reality and time as we know it!
Originally Posted by Wolf O'Donnell
no, that's when you actually say tsk tsk.
"English does not have the dental click (or any click consonant, for that matter) as a phoneme, but it does occur as an interjection, usually written tsk or tut (and often reduplicated tsk-tsk or tut-tut), used to express commiseration, disapproval, or irritation. Note, however, that while these words often represent a dental click and may be pronounced as such, they are also frequently pronounced as /tɪsk/ or /tʌt/, and in such cases are not dental clicks."