Spanish pronunciation – Practice with letter G – 5 (00310)

As you can see, the letter G requires a lot of practice because it has variations and many details to learn. For this unit you need to know the pronunciation of the Spanish vowels and basic consonants, including L, R, C, H, CH, and G.

Your next step should be to study more Spanish consonants, although you can practice more with the G if you think it will help you.

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Spanish pronunciation – Practice with letter G – 4 (00300)

For this unit you need to know the pronunciation of the Spanish vowels, basic consonants, L, R, C, H, CH, and G. It is very important that you pronounce aloud all these words, so that you start getting used to the Spanish phonemes.

Practice more with the pronunciation of G or study more Spanish consonants.

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Spanish pronunciation – Practice with letter G – 3(00290)

In this unit you will find the two phonemes represented by the letter G. You need to know the pronunciation of the Spanish vowels and basic consonants, including L, R, C, H, CH, and G. Although these are real Spanish words, disregard the meaning at this stage. The goal now is just to become familiar with the pronunciation.

Now you can practice more with the pronunciation of G, or study more consonants.

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Spanish pronunciation – Practice with letter G – 2 (00280)

Another practice unit that will help you learn how to pronounce the Spanish letter G. For this unit you need to know the pronunciation of vowels and basic consonants, including L, R, C, H, CH, and G.

Now you can practice more with the letter G or study more Spanish consonants.

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Spanish pronunciation – Practice with letter G – 1 (00270)

This is the first unit that we will provide to practice the pronunciation of the letter G. For this unit you need to know the pronunciation of the vowels, basic consonants, L, R, C, H, CH, and G. In this exercise you will just find one of the two phonemes that the G can represent. If you are an English speaker, you will see that the sound is very similar in English.

Your next step should be to keep practicing with the letter G or study more Spanish consonants.

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Spanish pronunciation – Letter G (00260)

The letter G can represent two different sounds, so it is going to require more practice than other letters. Besides, you need to learn some details about the way it is written in certain contexts. Nevertheless, we will be providing several practice units and many examples to help you learn this letter. For this unit you need to know the vowels and basic consonants, including L, R, C, H, and the digraph CH. Notice that we are adding the units gradually, adding new content each time, but taking for granted the content that has already appeared (check the number code included in each lesson). For that reason we are always including the knowledge that is required to negotiate each lesson, so that you can use it as a reference for the things you might need to review.

If you have learned how the G is pronounced in Spanish, move on and practice with the G or study more Spanish consonants.

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