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12.15: Lesson Thirty-nine

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How Do You Spell [g]?

1. Underline the letters that spell [g] in the following words:

& \text{recognize} && \text{disagreement} && \text{graduate} && \text{agriculturalist} \\& \text{resignation} && \text{angled} && \text{polliwog} && \text{delegate} \\& \text{poltergeist} && \text{gasoline} && \text{magazine} && \text{glorious} \\& \text{gloomiest} && \text{designate} && \text{regularly} && \text{debug} \\& \text{gluey} && \text{argued} && \text{ingredient} && \text{groceries} \\& \text{suggestion} && \text{angrily} && \text{alligator} && \text{greasy}

2. Sort the words into these three groups:

3. How is [g] spelled in all of these words? ________ The sound [g] is spelled that way about nine times out of ten.

4. Usually the sound [g] is spelled ________. When <g> spells [g], is it called hard <g> or soft <g>? _________

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