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Alphabet in Danish Language

Understanding the Danish alphabet is vital in learning the Danish Language. Danish alphabet configuration is practiced in a daily conversation. With out the Danish alphabet, it is difficult to speak the Danish terms properly even if you understand how to write those phrases in Danish. Learn More

Like any language, the far better anyone articulate a letter in a word, the more understood you’ll be in speaking the Danish language. Here are a few links that guides you to the Danish alphabet and exactly how it is actually pronounced in English.
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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V (W) X Y Z Æ Ø Å a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v (w) x y z æ ø å

Vowels in Danish Alphabet

a as in cat
e as in sin, but also as æ and murder
i as in see, only shorter
o as in no, but also as å
u as in soon, but also as å
y as in few, but also as ø
æ as in egg, only shorter
ø as mayor, but also as in bird
å as in old, but also caught; sometimes written aa

Consonants in Danish Alphabet

b as in bed, and wick between vowels and at the end of words
c as k, but sing before e or i
d as in dead, the after vowels, silent after l, n or r and before t or s
f as in ferry
g as in ­gone, but like y as in yet after a vowel
h as in hope, hv = v, hj = j
j as in yes
k as in kick, and go between vowels and at the end of a syllable 
l as in lake
m as in many
n as in near
p as in parry, bit between vowels and at the end of a syllable
qu like English
r is a rolling sound at the back of the throat, silent after vowels and before consonants
s as in smell
t as in trout and dog between vowels, at the end of a syllable and at the end of a word
v as in viking, and hoot at the end of words

Semi Vowels/ Diphthongs in Danish Alphabet

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