Can you explain the difference between the 's' and the 'th' sound?Quickly please, I'm in a hurry.




Answers:

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They're both considered "sibilants" but the "th" is inter-dental (with the tongue placed between the front teeth, particularly with the blade of the tongue against the upper incisors); whereas the "s" sound is not (the tongue is behind the front teeth).

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To make a th, your tounge is touching your teeth, for a s its just at the top of your mouth.

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They sound just the way they are spelled. Unless you have a lisp.

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