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1. How do you pronounce 'mouths'? (plural form)
Can we omit the 'th' sound in normal speech?

2. clothes
(We can omit the 'th' sound in this word, right?)

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    The "th" should be prounced in both cases. It would be a "soft" th sound, as in "mother".

    If you don't pronounce the th, you will be saying "mouse" and "close". People will regard your pronunciation as sloppy, but will probably know what you mean from the context.

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