The English “th” is a difficult sound for many international students to make. Consequently, in order to master the English “th,” they need to work on language drills until they can say, “This, that, and the other thing,” as smoothly as would a native English speaker. The Feedback Training Method assumes that optimum language learning occurs only when the three components of speech are simultaneously exercised in language instruction: 1) cognitive responses (memory), 2) feedback from hearing, and 3) feedback from the nerve receptors in the mouth. Therefore, all language instruction using this new Feedback Training Method is done at full voice volume and tempo, resulting in simultaneous interaction of the mind, hearing, and neurological feedback from the mouth. (back)