We got to make et, boy—we got to make et—come on—tch—tch—come on—and don't ye make a misstep.
Thousand, kich-tche-mta-tach-tommetano (ich, tch, and ch with the point of the tongue; e ½).
tch, ye baggage, dinna tell me what I ken, chance I fetch ye a thwack wi th poss-stick!
Ch usually follows vowels having the long sound, while tch usually follows vowels having the short sound.
"tch," she said; and tearing her apron into strips, she put his hands aside and fell to work with skilful swiftness.
"tch—tch—tch," clucked the leader of the New York bar, like a troubled hen.
This was a happy solution of the problem of Ts and tch, and Philip gratefully accepted it.