Are "put it on" and "put them on" phrasal verbs? I noticed that when Americans pronounce "put them on" they don't say "them". They use the weak form of "them" that sounds like "əm" (schwa sound + m).
"Put" and "them" together sounds like [pʊ_dəm] with a flap T (fast /d/ sound as some people say). Is my observation right about the word "them"? If these phrases are phrasal verbs I think the stress is on the particle "on" in both phrase. Am I right?
Any suggestion is appreciated. Thank you!