Consonant: g

The Spanish “g” has three separate sounds: hard, soft and an “h” sound. After a pause and when followed by “a”, “o”, “u”, and when following the letter “n”, the hard Spanish “g” closely resembles the “g” in the word “got.” The soft “g” sound is not like any English sound, and will require considerable practice. This sound normally occurs between vowels. Finally, when “g” comes before “e” or “i”, it sounds like the “h” in the word “hot” except that it is “raspier.”

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