Pronunciation of English ⟨th⟩ - meaning and definition. What is Pronunciation of English ⟨th⟩
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Pronunciation of Englishth         
CONSONANT SOUNDS ASSOCIATED WITH THE DIGRAPH ⟨TH⟩
Phonological history of English dental fricatives; Th-alveolarization; Th-debuccalization; Th-alveolarisation; Th glottalisation; Then–thyn split; Voiced-voiceless th split; Thonne-thynne split; Elimination of dental fricatives in English dialects; Th glottalization; Then-thyn split; Th-glottalization; Th-glottalisation; Th alveolarization; Th debuccalization; Pronunciation of English th; Pronunciation of English ‹th›; Alterations in the pronunciation of English ⟨th⟩
In English, the digraph represents in most cases one of two different phonemes: the voiced dental fricative (as in this) and the voiceless dental fricative (thing). More rarely, it can stand for (Thailand, Thomas) or the cluster (eighth).
Th (digraph)         
  • [[A. B. Frost]]'s first comic: a German attempts to pronounce English-language "th" sounds
LATIN-SCRIPT DIGRAPH
Th (letter); Th (Letter); English th; Th sound
Th is a digraph in the Latin script. It was originally introduced into Latin to transliterate Greek loan words.
Received Pronunciation         
  • David Attenborough's voice
  • Stephen Fry's voice
STANDARD ACCENT FOR BRITISH ENGLISH
British Received Pronunciation; Received pronunciation; Received Pronounication; Public School Pronunciation; Queen's English; The rp; Received English; Received Standard; British RP; Queens english; General British; Oxford accent; Received pronounciation; The Queen's English; Standard British English; RP English; British NRP; British Non-Regional Pronunciation; Received Standard English; Posh accent; Received Pronounciation; RP accent; Queens English; Conservative Received Pronunciation; Conservative RP; Upper RP; Standard Southern British; U-RP; BBC accent; Posh English
Received Pronunciation is a way of pronouncing British English that is often used as a standard in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language. The abbreviation RP
is also used. The accent represented by the pronunciations in this dictionary is Received Pronunciation.
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