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d g r

The letter "d" can have three different sounds in Danish: - hard "d" as in "Danmark" - soft "d" as in "hedder" (almost like English "Heather") - silent "d" as in "hund"

"g" can also have 3 different sounds in Danish: - hard "g" as in "Grækenland" - soft "g" as in "sprog" - silent "g" as in "jeg"

"r" can have two different sounds in Danish: - Danish "r" as in "rigtig" - no "r" as in "hedder"

If d, g and r are not at the beginning of a syllable, they are usually in their weak forms (soft or silent) - however, they do then have an effect on the surrounding vowel sounds.

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