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Exercise 3 – Pronunciation: /g/ Geee, Grover

Soft /j/ if followed by ‘y’, ‘e’ or ‘i’*.
Examples: endangered, giant, energy, general, gypsy, geometry, gin
*Note: As usual with English, there can be exceptions: girl, gift, tiger, gear, get, geese
Hard /g/ if followed by any other letter, or nothing.
Examples: big, frog, green, gun, gas, go


Directions: Listen to the following words being read. Each will be read two times. Are they spoken with a soft (s) or hard (h) ‘g’? The last five words aren’t printed, you will need to type the words into the box.

Identify the /g/ in it as either soft (s) or hard (h).