In this free British English pronunciation lesson, Chris helps you practise the two “th” sounds /ð/ (voiced) and /θ/ (unvoiced).
The first thing that they think of is this.
Though the thought thrashed through the thing
Thinking things were dithering
Thrift to thrive the thatcher thought
The thorough Thames thwacked the throat
Thither the wither thaws the moth
The thistle, the brother both froth.
Thinly thought-out theories throw worth
thicker than thou through the mirth.
Thither the thistle thought the thaw,
thwarting things throughout therefore.