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American English TH Rules: Voiced or Voiceless?

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This English pronunciation video lesson will teach you the American English pronunciation rules for knowing when to use voiced or voiceless TH. Enjoy! Access the full lesson and worksheet here: http://www.pronunciationpro.com/th-voiced-voiceless-pronunciation-rules/ To try out the Pronunciation Pro FREE trial, go to: http://www.pronunciationpro.com/youtube-free-trial/?keyword=AmericanEnglishTHRulesVoicedOrVoiceless=body Do you ever wonder when you're supposed to pronounce a /TH/ sound as voiced or voiceless when speaking English? How come native English speakers use two different sounds when pronouncing the /TH/ sound? How am I supposed to know which one to use? In this post I will teach you how to know when to pronounce /TH/ as a voiced or voiceless sound and teach you the English pronunciation rules associated with it. To study the rules for the TH sound in American English pronunciation, you can go to this link: http://www.pronunciationpro.com/th-voiced-voiceless-pronunciation-rules/ and study the lesson and worksheet. I hope you enjoy this TH video lesson! If you have any questions please let me know, I'd love to help! To try out the Pronunciation Pro FREE trial, go to: http://www.pronunciationpro.com/youtube-free-trial/?keyword=AmericanEnglishTHRulesVoicedOrVoiceless=body
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Text Comments (25)
CHRIS (2 months ago)
My TH sounds like F at the end of words. Instead of me saying health, I say healf.
Jen Hernandez-Dela Cruz (2 months ago)
Thank you for sharing this!
Omar Ang Manli Linlang (3 months ago)
Is this another term of SOFT and HARD TH?
Javier Rodriguez (4 months ago)
Thank you very much for your time teaching us english pronunciation I enjoy your lessons very much and im improving daily thanks again. saludos desde Mexico.
Thuỷ Mai (5 months ago)
Many thanks with love 😎
Jackson Chacko (6 months ago)
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Tati C. (7 months ago)
nice video thanks!
Micah Newman (7 months ago)
She doesn't explain what "voiced" and "voiceless" means, so just to fill in that gap—"voiced" means you're using your vocal cords (they vibrate), whereas "voiceless" means you're just blowing air without using your vocal cords. Many consonants come in voiced/voiceless pairings; for example, (in English) "f" is unvoiced and "v" is voiced.
Cherri 21 (2 months ago)
Voiced:when ur using ur vocals
Cherri 21 (2 months ago)
Voiceless:ur just filling with that gap
zakariae alami (3 months ago)
thank for explain that, i really don't understand this important lesson , i see a hard lesson for me
PAAN Zizi (9 months ago)
Why the word "author" use the voiceless sounds
Rick Matt (10 months ago)
You're so lovely
Josue V (11 months ago)
Thank (voiceless) you so much! Your vídeos have made me understand a lot.
Safk Safk (1 year ago)
Awesome thanks 💙❤️
Atef Saber (1 year ago)
may God bless you
Nilton Garcia (2 years ago)
Hi, my name is Nilton and I am from Brazil. The word SMOOTH ends with TH. I would like to know if it's also voiceless. I've heard some native English speakers pronouncing it as voiced TH sound. Could you explain that to me please?
Assom Nawaf (2 years ago)
can I have ur email?
Oiito (2 years ago)
what is voiced and voiceless?
허쌤의SSP 영어 (2 years ago)
good advice!
Donnie D. (2 years ago)
'R' is a vowel sound. I guessed about it :)
Bruno de Oliveira (2 years ago)
Thank you, you are the best 🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷

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