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    Steven Mai is offline Newbie
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    How to pronounce these words naturally

    Hi all, could you please help me on this pronunciation problem? I do not know if we can just skip one of the them.
    I find that kinda hard to pronounce both sound if we are talking or reading, here's the sentences:
    --Did you catch that? ( I pronounce cat "ch" and the "th" of "that" sounds a little unnatural.
    --Which reminds me of her sisters (Whi"ch" "r"eminds me... )
    Can we just skip one of them? Say I do not pronounce the "ch" of which, I just make my mouth looks like it does?
    Many thanks in advance :)

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    Re: How to pronounce these words naturally

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Mai View Post
    Hi all, could you please help me on this pronunciation problem? I do not know if we can just skip one of the them.
    I find that kinda hard to pronounce both sound if we are talking or reading, here's the sentences:
    --Did you catch that? ( I pronounce cat "ch" and the "th" of "that" sounds a little unnatural.
    --Which reminds me of her sisters (Whi"ch" "r"eminds me... )
    Can we just skip one of them? Say I do not pronounce the "ch" of which, I just make my mouth looks like it does?
    Many thanks in advance :)
    You can't leave out the "ch" or "th" sounds.

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