Some Spelling Rules for the Letter G
The letter G when written with the digit "gu" before the letters E and I, gets the sound /g/; The letter G when written before the letters E and I, gets the sound /Ʒ/ (similar to the letter J); The letter G is always used in words ending in "-agem" and "-ugem"; The initial syllables "al-", "le-" and "re-" are usually followed by the letter G (except in the verb reject).
Sounds of the letter G
In Portuguese language the letter G can have the following sounds:
The Letter G can have the sound /g/ as in Guerra, Lago or Gorila; (War, Lake, Gorilla) Letter G can have the sound /Ʒ/ as in Canoagem, Paisagem or Viagem. (Canoing, Landscape or Travel)
Can you give more examples where the letter G is read as J?
Be connected, in Portuguese!