I have a question about the pronunciation of "the" before a wovel
For example some people prononce "the" like "thi" like with the other, the internet.
Hopefully, someone will be able to help me.
The English as a foreign language learner is advised to use /ðə/ before a consonant sound (the boy, the house), /ði/ before a vowel sound (the egg, the hour). Native speakers, however, sometimes ignore this distribution, in particular by using /ðə/ before a vowel (which in turn is usually reinforced by a preceding /ʔ/), or by using /ðiː/ in any environment, though especially before a hesitation pause. Furthermore, some speakers use stressed /ðə/ as a strong form, rather than the usual /ðiː/
Source: Longman Pronunciation Dictionary