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    Question pronunciation th vs th

    in english phonetics, and surprisingly for non-native speakers, there are two different sounds for a "th" spelling, marked by a different phonetic symbol.
    Is there any rule of thumb about which one is when ?

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    Re: pronunciation th vs th

    The small common function words are all the soft 'th' - the, there, they, them, that, this, their, these, those ...

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