Faroese 101

B b
Like "b" in "bed".

D d
Like "d" in "day".

Ð ð
Silent when it is the final letter of a word, otherwise used to separate two vowels when they they are different syllables.

G g
Silent when it is the final letter of a word, pronounced directly before and after consonants. It is used as a separator between two vowels when these are in different syllables.

H h
Like "h" in "hot".

J j
Like "y" in "yes".

K k
Like "k" in "k".

L l
Like "l" in "like".

M m
Like "m" in "me".

N n
Like "n" in "nurse".

P p
Like "p" in "push".

R r
Like rolled "rr" as in Spanish "perro".

S s
Like "s" in "sun"

T t
Like "t" in "take".

V v
Like "v" in "value".

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