What you really need to know about the TH Consonant Sound

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Have you been struggling with the pronunciation of the TH sound?

If you have, this is your lucky day!

In this episode, I’m going to teach you how to pronounce the TH consonant sound in American English, how to avoid common pronunciation mistakes, and most importantly, how you can ‘cheat’ to make your pronunciation of the TH smoother and easier.

Don’t forget to jump into the conversation in the comments below the video and add as many phrases with TH as possible (and then practice all of them, just like I taught you in the video)


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5 Comments on “What you really need to know about the TH Consonant Sound”

  1. Excellent video, as usual. I totally agree with you, repetition is the key, I’ll try to practice at least 10 minutes every day. The annoying thing is that when I have long conversations with my friends and I get excited I completely forget to put my tongue out.

    Thank you!

  2. Awesome!
    The most difficult for me is z-th. I guess the most important of the two is the ‘z’, right?
    For example, when you say Is that yours? Is it valid to pronounce a complete ‘z’ but half of the ‘th’?

  3. It’s the first time I saw this video. It comes to my email and really I enjoy it so much. I am interested so much in to be proficiency in the English Language. Thanks for your video and I will be pending to receive more and more about you. Thanks a lot.

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