sound d

type pulmonic consonant - a sound created by an interruption of the airflow from lungs frequency 282 times per 1000 words progress
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audio example of d

This is the audio exerpt of d spoken within a word. It may sound a little short or unclear, but that's exactly how it's in the real context. For more details, read the below explanation of pronunciation and listen example words that contain d by pressing the word buttons.

how to pronounce d

1. Break the airflow by touching the point above the alveolar ridge with the tip of your tongue.

2. Follow the interruption with a sudden and audible release of the air.

3. Vibrate your vocal cords.

pronunciation of phoneme d in its natural context

Often sounds are affected by the neighboring sounds. That's because during speach our mouth is always transitioning from one position to another. Below, you can find the most frequent syllables that include the sound d.

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