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Pronunciation Voiceless/Unvoiced /th/ The English language website where everything has sound!
Initial Position Unvoiced /th/ thank thaw thick thief thigh thin thing think third thongs three thump thankful thermos thimble thirty thistle thorny thousand thunder Thursday theater therapy thirty-eight thirty-five thirty-nine thunderstorm
Medial Position Unvoiced /th/ athlete author bathmat bathtub earthworm Kathy Matthew method nothing python something southpaw toothache toothpick wealthy worthwhile youthful anything everything marathon sympathy arithmetic
Final Position Unvoiced /th/ bath booth cloth earth faith math mouth myth north teeth youth phone booth underneath Meredith cottonmouth bubble bath baby teeth mammoth
Created by Mrs. Dixon, ET Click on the pictures that have the “th” sound. Note: Make sure you click on the pictures and not the background.
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