Harf TAA and harf THAA
In this lesson we are going to learn another two harfs that join from the both sides and they are the harfs “TAA” and “THAA” which look like the harf “BAA”. The harf “TAA” looks like a small boat/canoe, just like the harf BAA. The only difference is that this harf has two dots on top. In the pronunciation of this harf we use the upper part of the tongue which is placed closely to the root of the upper teeth and is pronounced somewhat like the English letter “T“.
The harf “THAA” looks like the harf “TAA” but it has three dots on top instead of two. We pronounce this harf by placing the tip of our tongue between the front teeth and let the air flow out slowly while softly pronouncing “TH” like in the word „BATH“.