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Two Sounds for g
Listen to these sounds. /g/ /a/ /t/ What word do you hear? gate /j/ /e/ /m/ What word do you hear? gem
Two Sounds for g gate The letter g has the hard /g/ sound. gem The letter g often ahs the soft sound /j/ when followed by I, e, or y.
Two Sounds for g gust Notice the g has the soft sound /j/. gym Notice the g has the soft sound /j/.
Two Sounds for g age Notice the g has the soft sound /j/. bulge Notice the g has the soft sound /j/.
Two Sounds for g fudge The letter dge often make the /j/ sound. The d and the e are silent. dodge The g had the soft sound /j/.
Two Sounds for g bandage How many syllables do you hear? ban / dage two
Two Sounds for g cabbage How many syllables do you hear? cab / bage two
Two Sounds for g village How many syllables do you hear? vil / lage two
Two Sounds for g Read the following words. rage ledge game rags
Two Sounds for g Read the following words. edge passage grabs inside
Two Sounds for g Read the following words. gave cage badge college
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