The 't' is pronounced with the tongue flat on the palette just behind the front teeth.
The 'rz' has the tongue further back in the mouth, more like where the English 'r' sound is.
I think the 'rz' is also voiced (a 'zh' sound more than a 'sh' sound)
The 'y' is like the English 'i' in the word 'bit'. Maybe slightly tending towards the 'e' in 'shed'.
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