Only the d- is. The letter combinations dj-, lj-, gj- and hj- are all pronounced as if they were j-.
Yes, I was talking about Swedish spelling.
Note that j- in Swedish jul corresponds to English y- in yellow. So when I wrote ”djur is pronounced as if it were jur” I meant according to Swedish spelling. An English approximation of ”djur” would be ”yoor”. Swedish lacks the English /dʒ/ <j> sound in e.g. jungle.
can i ask what TTS is? is this the woman's voice? so when would djuret be used instead of the actual animal name? so if i couldnt remember the animals name, would it be correct to use djuret instead? :)
I think that would be djuren. The definite plural of child is barnen (as in the children), even though the general plural is barn (children), so is probably the same for all ett verbs.