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Depends where the d is located. In front of the word or after a consonant: It is pronounced like you how pronounce it in English. Example: day = día, agenda = emprenda. After a vowel It is pronounced like "th" as in "the". Example: edulcorante, educación. At the end of the word It is pronounced like "th" as in "the". But in many dialects it is ...
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