The Letter D (The English Alphabet)
The letter D is the fourth letter in The English Alphabet. It is also the third Consonant in The English Alphabet.
As with every letter in The English Alphabet, The Letter D has two versions in the written form.
These two versions are called: The Upper-Case and The Lower-Case.
The Upper-Case D looks like this:
The Lower-Case D looks like this:
Notice that the only difference between The Upper-Case and The Lower-Case D is the size. The Lower-Case D is just a bit smaller. You will find that this is the same for quite a few letters in The Alphabet.
The letter D has can be pronounced a couple ways depending on what letters are around it, but you’ll find out about those in future lessons. For now, we will only focus on the primary pronunciation of The Letter D in The English Language.
The Letter D
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