Voiced TH

Voiced TH is a fricative that is made by bringing the tip of the tongue to the alveolar ridge, but not close enough to completely block the airflow. The sound is made with the vocal cords vibrating, so it sounds "voiced." The voiced TH sound is used in the words "that" and "this." Here are some examples of words that contain voiced TH sounds: that this think thank thought Thursday

This group of sound consists from the following sounds: ð