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How to Pronounce the TH Sound after T, D, N

In this quick tip lesson I'll share a trick to make pronouncing TH after T, D, and N much easier!

Key Takeaways:

1) T, D and N are all Ridge sounds or sounds made with the tip of the tongue at the alveolar ridge.

2) It's an awkward movement to lift the tongue tip from the ridge and move it forward under the top front teeth for TH.

3) Use the slide or glide movement instead for an easier transition.


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