Pronunciation: “th” voiced and unvoiced

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The “th” sounds (voiced and voiceless) appear in most English sentences and the mispronunciation of “th” is one of the main ways native-born Americans can tell you are not from the U.S. (See how many “th” ‘s showed up in these few sentences?)

For my full pronunciation series (that’s always growing), click HERE.

How to pronounce “th” when it comes at the beginning, middle and end of a word.

One thought on “Pronunciation: “th” voiced and unvoiced

  1. Thank you Regina for pointing out this important subjec. Many ESL students have hard time pronuncing “th” sound properly as it may not be in their original language. Thank you for your simple way of introducing the different ways to pronounce the “th” sound.

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