While many of the word- or syllable-final consonant clusters are reduced, this is not the case or unusual in clusters ending with /s/ or /z/ (cf. examples in Values 4 and 5). Cases of metathesis occur in voiceless clusters /a:ks/ for 'ask’, /krips/ for 'crisp’.
Value 2 comment: Final /n/ or /m/, final /l/ are common, /ng/ is possible in words like 'sing’ but not in unaccented final syllables; as Trinidad English Creole is a non-rhotic variety, final /r/ is not realized.
Value 3 comment: In clusters ending with /s/ or /z/, e.g. /mz/ in 'plums’, /nz/ in 'hands’, etc.
Value 3 comment: In clusters ending on /s/ or /z/, e.g. /vs/ in 'gloves’, /dz/ in 'cards’