Name a word with two consecutive Gs in which one makes the soft sound and the other the hard sound, not necessarily in that order.
No soft g. But good word.
I would. But, I don't want to give it away. 😉
How do you pronounce that word? I only hear a soft g.
Sug, like dug, gest, like jest.
Weird. I've never heard it pronounced that way.
Sounds like a good poll to post.
Do you pronounce it as suh-jest?
Apparently, there's a YouTube for everything.
Suh-jest!??? Surely you jest.
Yes that's roughly how I pronounce it.
According to Dictionary.com and OED, it's not incorrect.
I'm just jesting. I *knew* some people use that pronunciation, I've just never met one ;)
Does the word begin with G?
Unless, of course, you are suggesting a different word than the one I'm thinking of.
Nope! I'm satisfied with the word listed above.
This one's gonna drive me crazy.
The word is: suggest.
Aaah! Good one. ☺
I love the fact that you guys didn't recognize that I posted the answer below. 😉
Those make a single hard sound.
I thought I had a suggestion, but I lost it...😉
Wait, two consecutive G's? Oh...never mind.
Nice stab at it, though.