I might consider joining in. But I'm actually on a good flow with my current project at the moment. We'll see.
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I thought about typing '/g/' but changed it because not everyone is familiar with IPA. Note that the latin symbol g is used for the "hard G" in phonetics.if enough people are recorded using a g-sound
So how do you pronounce "g-sound"?
To put it another way, you're aware that the letter "g" is used (among other things) to represent two different sounds in English, right? (Usually called "soft g" and "hard g.")
Here's a riddle that I've given a slight alteration so it's slightly more of a challenge.
"The more he dries, the wetter he gets"