Could someone explain how I physically form the sound in my mouth? How do you put it in the beginning of a word? English mostly has it at the end of words. People are always so confusing when they say it's like catsup or whatever. Guess I don't know how to isolate the sound when people give examples like that.
I also almost never heard the difference between c and s and then it sometimes sounds like th or just t.
This is pretty helpful, thank you! I'll keep trying to get it. It's a sound I've stumbled with in Japanese and Quebec French also and no one else ever seems to have a problem with it, ugh. I've been trying to learn to hear the difference by using the Japanese word スーツ and hopefully I'll someday get it.