th as in this is a voiced consonant

Place the tongue as for breathed th, and ex­pel the breath with vibration of the vocal cords.

Webster, th     Funk and Wagnalls, th  Phonetic Symbol, ð

Drill: thah, tha, thee, thoo, thoh, thaw ath, eth, ith, ooth, uth, oth

This sound occurs initially, finally, and medially:

they

than

with

thee

then

blithe

though

this

scythe

their

thus

writhe

thine

them

teethe

thou

that

soothe

  1. The scythe fell into the seething pool
  2. Their brother gathered the withered leaves
  3. The feather was wafted hither and   thither
  4. Farther and farther, they sailed into the southern waters
  5. Another withered flower was found there
  6. The leather straps and the lathes are in the booths
  7. The brothers cut the heather with a scythe
  8. They sell clothing and leather goods there
  9. The blithe youths sheathed their knives and made the wreaths.

oth e r

smoother

farthing

further

lather

withered

feather

bother

gathered

either

within

rather

neither

without

weather

northern

smothered

blithe some

PLURALS

PLURALS

VERBS

baths

oaths

breathe

mouths

paths

bathe

truths

sheaths

sheathe

youths

wreaths

clothe

  1. Their mother gave each of them a farthing
  2. The lithe youths dived for the other bather.
  3. Sheathe thy sword and come hither
  4. We bathed the wound and swathed it
  5. The moths gathered on the feathers
  6. Mrs. Mather smoothed the withered leaf
  7. They went bathing with their other brother
  8. The animals breathed the smoke and were smothered
  9. Father will bequeath the farm to thee and thine
  10. The Northern weather was rather severe for mother
  11. In the dry weather they gathered the withered pods
  12. Honor thy father and mother
  13. 'Thou must be true thyself If thou the truth wouldst teach."