d is a voiced consonant

Press the tip of the tongue on the gums behind the upper teeth as for t, and expel the breath with vibration of the vocal cords.

Webster, d Funk and Wagnalls, d Phonetic Symbol, d

Drill: dah, da, dee, doo, doh, daw ad, ed, id, ood, ud, od

This sound occurs initially, finally, and medially:

dart

dad

dare

day

dead

dirt

deed

did

duty

do

dumb

dire

dough

dot

doily

dawn

doll

down

  1. Dorothea did darn Daisy's
  2. Dare to do your duty!
  3. Don't drop the dainty dish,
  4. Daniel Davis decided to descend into the dense
  5. Did Delia dust the dark mahogany desk?
  6. Dunne drove directly to the dentist's.
  7. The damsel decorated the dining room with
  8. Day dawned as the daring rider dashed down the
  9. Dick Dawson made a pond for the clucks by damming_ the

fad

child

bidden

head

card

ladder

lid

lead

padding

stood

salad

maiden

mud

hard

radish

pod

reward

leader

  1. Ned heard the measured tread of the lads on deck.
  2. "Delaware, Dover, Rhode Island, Providence," answered Edward.
  3. Dutch traders from Holland settled New Amsterdam.
  4. A tadpole lived in the dark, deep, muddy.
  5. Harold drew a design for Lydia's card-case.
  6. Edgar divided the dainties among his friends.
  7. The dancing doll delighted the toddling child.
  8. Adelaide made delicious pudding for dinner.
  9. The dignified judge danced at his daughter's wedding.
  10. Fred planted the dahlias and daisies beside the bed of daffodils.
  11. The timid deer turned his lifted head, gazed toward the meadow and listened.
  12. That cold December clay Douglas and David waded through the deep drifts to the drug stop.
  13. "All that glitters is not gold, Often have ye heard that."
  14. "And the song from beginning to end, I found again in the heart of a friend."