together, feather, thin, thanks, soothing
a hard /th/ word is "that." a soft /th/ word is "thumb." notice the difference when you say them.
in english, the soft 'th' is more like exhaling, and the hard 'th' makes more of a humming sound. for example: soft 'th' - think, thin, three, thanks hard 'th' - the, them, these, those
some words that contain the th (soft th) sound are: father mother other than the some words that contain the dh (hard th) sound are: both earth north nothing south thing
soft /th/ bath, earth, moth, thumb, thinghard /th/the, these, mother, feather, they
-th in smooth is hard as in words like there or then
the answer for this is soft sounds. ; )
everything that makes sounds?
there's no connection between loudness and pitch of a sound. high-pitched sounds and low-pitched sounds can all be either loud or soft.
weak vibrations produce soft or quieter sounds.
a xylophone can produce both soft and loud sounds.
the word cinder starts with a soft consonant. when the 'c' sounds like a 'k' it is considered hard. when it sounds like an 's' it is considered soft.