Can you give 5 soft th sound and 5 hard th sound?
Soft /th/ bath, earth, moth, thumb, thing
the, these, mother, feather, they
In English, the soft 'th' is more like exhaling, and the hard 'th' makes more of a humming sound. For example: Soft 'th' - think, thin, three, thanks Hard 'th' - the, them, these, those
By that description, it would be the second, or "hard" sound.
A hard /th/ word is "that." A soft /th/ word is "thumb." Notice the difference when you say them.
-th in smooth is hard as in words like there or then
Some words that contain the th (soft th) sound are: Father Mother Other Than The Some words that contain the dh (hard th) sound are: Both Earth North Nothing South Thing
Singular: Þú (pronounced "thuu", soft th sound as in think) Plural: Þið (pronounced "thith", first th is soft, second is hard as in the) You might also find þig, þér and þín in the singular (accusative, dative, genetive case) and ykkur and ykkar in the plural (accusative and dative, genetive case).
Thought is unvoiced. It has the hard Th sound.
insects that have a th sound
Theta for the sound of th in "thin;" delta for the sound of th in "this."
Ελλάδα; Ellada 'el-ah-tha' the d is closer to a hard 'th' sound
Although the 'th' is in the middle of the word weather, the sound is that of an initial 'th' because it is the initial sound of the second syllable, ther.
"With" uses the unvoiced th sound.
Like "feather-er" but with a hard "d" instead of the "th" sound in "feather".
The D has a 'th' sound the 'i's are prounounced hard, like i instead of ee the 'r' is rolled slightly
The standard answer is that the Spanish "d" Is similar to a "th" sound in English. It really is not that wasy, though. I would think of it as just a very soft d sound, and lower your toungue tip between your teeth. Similiar to saying "thay" in English.
The animals that start with the sound "th" Thresher shark Thomson gazzel If there is more tell me
I don't know, but it certainly would have nothing to do with why Spaniards pronounce soft c and z with the 'th' sound. If it had something to do with it perhaps they would pronounce the s with a "th" sound. Anyway, how would an entire people come to imitate the speech impediment of a king during a time when a minute fraction of the people would have ever heard the man speak? Furthermore the… Read More
Translation: Bayda (بيضة) Note that the "d" in Bayda is the letter "Dad". Dad is usually pronounced as a hard "d", but in some countries it is pronounced as a hard "dh". (Dh is the sound of "th" in "the" or "them" but not "thin" or "thought")
theya, where "th" is soft like "things" and not like "this."
I'm not going to ask why you want to do this -- I hope you're not mocking a speech impediment. Basically, a lisp is substituting a "th" sound for an "s" sound. So if I wrote that sentence as if I were lisping, it would be "Bathically, a lithp ith thubthituting a "th" sound for an "s" thound." So you could write down a bunch of common phrases with the "s" sound in them, substitute… Read More
Together, feather, thin, thanks, soothing
The literal translation is "Móðir" - pronounced "moou-thir". The "th" sounds is a soft one, more like the "d" sound in the spanish word "ayudar". However, icelandic children call their mother by the name: "mamma".
I had gum surgery two weeks ago. As a result I have a space between my two top front teeth and now lisp when I make the soft "th" sound., Could I sue him do you think?
It is a type of short A (umlaut A) in British English, where it is pronounced the same as "farther." In US English, it often has the AW sound (caret O) which is also heard in daughter. This pronunciation is (faw-thur) with a soft or unstressed TH.
gàire = gaa'the (soft "th" as in English definite article "the")
th ey do not have a hard time flying. You are mistaken
the string vibrates to make th sound
my name is joshua roscoe
the answer is very simple because in order to pronounce the th sound you first have to place your tongue against the teeth to say the n sound so that way you'll be able to pronounce the th sound.
The 'd' would sound like the 'th' in 'then'; the 'u' would be like the sound in 'could'.
Frequency and distance are directly proportional the higher the frequency the more distance for the sound to dissipate th lower the frequency th shorter the distance for the sound to dissipate
The palate that forms the roof of the mouth is divided into two categories namely the anterior bony hard palate, and the posterior fleshy soft palate. The palate is the one that separates nasal and oral cavities.
Δημήτριος It is pronounced Themitrius.. The "th" is soft as in "faith", and the "e" is longish.
A combination of two letters representing a single sound is called a dipthong. In the word 'orthography' there are two combinations of 2 letters which represent single sounds. These are the 'th' and the 'ph', "o-r-th-o-g-r-a-ph-y." (IPA phonetic spelling: / ɔːr'θɑɡrəfi / The two letters 'th' represent the phonetic θ sound, as the 'th' in Thursday / θɜːz.deɪ /. The two letters 'ph' represent the f sound, as in fee: / fiː/.
Thuringer - a German sausage Thigh (chicken?)
Not really. Both the Elite and the Standard are capable of the same top-notch graphics and sound. The Elite, however, comes with a larger hard drive (120GB) and an HDMI cable (for the highest quality picture/sound). Hope this helps!
Some of the most common indicators are that the swedes usually pronounce Z´s like S's, J's like Y's, and they often mix up W's and V's when speaking Engish. Also, they often cannot make the TH sound, since this sound is not present in Swedish. Instead they will replace the TH sound with a D sound.
No. The EA pair in breathe has a long E sound, and the final E is not pronounced. (bree-th) In the noun breath, the EA has the short E sound (breth). How am I suppose to know I am asking you does it have a short e sound No. The EA pair in breathe has a long E sound, and the final E is not pronounced. (bree-th) In the noun breath, the EA has the… Read More
Phonemes are the individual sounds we make... so 'th' is one sound. the vowel sound from thoughtfully 'ough' is just one sound. So overall, there are 7 phonemes in the word thoughtfully /th/ /ough/ /t/ /f/ /u/ /ll/ /y/
A digraph. A digraph is when two consonants make one sound. "Ch," "sh," and "th" are other examples.
Spelt 'Casandra', pronounced ''kahSAHNthrah' ('th' as in 'the') Kani...and the "a" has the ah sound, the "I" makes the long e sound ;-)
You give th keys to the lady by the car th put on the flip flops and jump on the roof and give the frisbee to the kid.
hap-pee ber-th- dae hap is with a short a like the a in that and pee is with the long e sound like in jeep, so its ber with a short e sound and th like the and dae like make or may, so its with a long a sound I hope this helps
There are three phonemes in the word 'this', as the consonant blend of 'th' forms a single phoneme, or speech sound. The phonemes are: th / i / s
I would say "Lev-I-a-th-an" just "Lev" and "I" like "I like cats" "a" like in Cat and last a "th" sound with "an" at the end
i have a goat about to give birth anything i can do th help?
Having a head foot and the fact that it has a soft body.
Guð. the letter ð would sound the same as 'th' in 'the'
whe n th volume increses