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li [Doug Barr] mi tulis la

> Interesting! I know that in some Canadian dialects, including my own  
> if I'm speaking in a relaxed way, there's often an epenthetic 't'  
> sound inserted between 'l' and 's' - so words like "Wilson" and  
> "else" sound like "Wiltson" and "eltse." Haven't observed enough yet  
> to know if it's universal or just after a stressed vowel, but I have  
> noticed it, and American friends have commented on it...

There are a lot of Americans that say "elts" also.  It's one of those
pronunciations that annoys me, about as much as "ax" for "ask".