Reading the Kalima and pausing

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Aslaamu alaikum wa rahmatulaahi wa barakatu

Please could you shed some light on the following:

I understand that If a Muslim says ‘there is no god’, with or without intention, then he becomes a non Muslim.

But if a Muslim is verbally reading the Kalimah in English and says, ‘ there is no god’, then he pauses and he thinks to himself and then finishes off verbally reading the Kalimah by saying…’but Allah and Muhammad p.b.u.h. is his messenger.’

When and after verbally saying the starting of the Kalimah ..’there is no god’, the Muslim pauses and then thinks to himself that just by verbally saying these words, it is not Kufr and a person does not become non Muslim and then he continues and finishes verbally reading the remaining part of the Kalimah in English.

Does doing any of the above or the above explanations make him a non Muslim?
Jazakallah khairan

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