Transforming G

Transforming G
Transforming G

The Spanish “G” makes two sounds.

At the beginning of words, or in other letter positions, the “G” sounds like the “G” in the English word, Sugar.

But, when the “G” comes before an “E” or an “I,” the letter takes the sound similar to the “H” in the English word, Home.

Examples:

 
A
E
I
O
U
G Sound
 
gato
 
 
gordo
gusto
H Sound
 
 
gente
gigante