Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Th"

The meaning of "Th" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "139" in ths sentence mean?
A: It's a generic (fictitious) company's name
Q: What does Why is "th" sound different in 'this' and 'think'? Is there any rule to distinguish them? mean?
A: Unfortunately, that’s just the way English is :(

There are two main ways of pronouncing ‘th’, and there isn’t really a rule that will tell you which one it is. A lot of us native speakers learn pronunciation growing up by listening rather than by reading the spelling.

I can give you an example list though.

‘Th’ in ‘this’:
Soothe (common to pronounce th like this when it is surrounded by vowels)

‘Th’ in ‘Think’:
Three (thr is usually this pronunciation)
Myth (usually words ending in th have this sound)

Of course, there is a lot more for both :)
Q: What does th expression "to catch up with" means mean?
A: to reach the same level as others
Q: What does th mean?
A: th = º
it indicates an ordinal number 5th (fifth), 6th (sixth), 7th (seventh)
5º (quinto), 6º (sexto), 7º (sétimo)

Example sentences using "Th"

Q: Please show me example sentences with th como se pronuncia qual o som de Th .
A: Also try the video below. It is often easier to see how it is said. The video appears to support Portuguese captions.
Q: Please show me example sentences with th.
A: Th is an ordinal marker that goes after numbers to show their location in an order. However, not all numbers use it.

Do not use Th for: 1 (firST), 2 (secoND), 3 (thiRD) or numbers that end with those, like 41 (forty-firST), 82 (eighty-secoND), 103 (one hundred thiRD).

Do use Th for: 4 (fourTH), 5 (fifTH), 6 (sixTH), 7 (sevenTH), 8 (eighTH), 9 (ninTH), 10 (tenTH), 11 (elevenTH), 12 (twelfTH), 13 (thirteenTH) and so on. So, the majority of numbers will use TH for their ordinals, just not all.
Q: Please show me example sentences with th.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with th (thanks, three ETC ).
A: thank you
there is a dog
that boy is tall
three birds are blue, thirty are red
the cat is orange
what are those
throw me the ball
his thumb is thick
the thief thought again
his throat was sore
she wrote her thesis into a theory
the roller coaster was a thrill ride
I am thirsty
we are going to the theater

Synonyms of "Th" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between "th" in without and "th" think thing thank ?
A: no difference in pronunciation.
Q: What is the difference between th sound and please help me ✌️🇧🇷❣️ and th sound ?
A: awh it's difficult for native speakers, my family are Portuguese and they can't do it too well either
Q: What is the difference between in th middle of and in the midst of ?
A: There is no difference.

Translations of "Th"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The soft th (θ)
Like : Things, Thought
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? th from smooth which one is perfect between th from breath and th from breathe?
A: th from breathe
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "th"
A: Fifth
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? звук "th", "ph"
A: ph- ф,
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 'th' is there any Tongue Twisters to practice this sound?
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Other questions about "Th"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce th.
A: Yes, in my second set of words (think, Thackeray, fourth) my tongue is between my teeth. In the first set, my tongue just touches the inside of my upper teeth.
Q: How to read the "ths" in "months"?
Is it obviously different to a single -th or -s?
A: It's a little difficult to enunciate properly for native speakers too.
usually we just speek quickly enough to where it doesn't matter.
Q: these th sound natural?
breakthrough teething Does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: thの発音を教えてください
A: 歯の間に舌👅を置いてください

Q: I am not good at pronouncing th sound. I heard that when native speakers make th sound, you stick your tongue between your front teeth and pull quickly. It is easy to say short sentence like "Thank you "
But for example,like the , it often appears so often in a long sentence, I tend to forget to stick my tongue . Do you have any advice?
Making th sound is really tough for Japanene(´ι_` )
A: Hmm, well I have been told by many 日本人that I have good 日本語の発音 and the way I learned was by singing along to 日本の曲.

I would pick a song that I liked, find the lyrics on Google, and then play the song. When the singer started singing, I'd try to read the lyrics and sing along.

Because I can't read Japanese quickly, the singer probably sings faster than I can read, so maybe I can sing the first two words with them but before I've even read the third word they're already on the next sentence lol.

So I have to restart the song many times and just sing until I can't keep up anymore.

Little by little, I memorize the song. Eventually I'll be able to sing the entire first sentence, then the second sentence, then the entire first verse, etc. Until finally, I can sing the whole song.

To memorize an entire song it takes me at least couple weeks (depending on how often I practice), but once I've memorized it, I don't have to read the lyrics anymore. I just listen to the song and sing.

Once I am able to do this, I can focus a lot on my pronunciation. I try to pronounce exactly like the singer. I sing the song over and over and over until my pronunciation is almost perfect.

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