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  • Let's start with the shape of the mouth.

  • For both sounds,

  • we put our tongue between our teeth

  • and push air out between them.

  • The difference is that

  • the first one is voiced,

  • which means we use our vocal cords

  • and the second one is unvoiced,

  • which means we don't use our vocal cords.

  • OK, try this:

  • Voiced - vibrations.

  • Unvoiced - no vibrations.

  • Can you feel the difference?

  • Now let's practice with some

  • common words you already know:

  • 'this', 'thing', 'though',

  • 'through', 'mother', 'birthday',

  • 'clothes', 'fourth', 'bathe', 'bath'.

  • And of course it helps to

  • put them in a sentence:

  • 'I never sunbathe, but I love a bath.'

  • But remember to say them

  • out loud so you're practicing

  • the pronunciation.

Let's start with the shape of the mouth.

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Pronunciation of 'th' - English In A Minute

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/22
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