245+ G Words, Phrases, Sentences, and Reading Passages

245+ G Words, Phrases, Sentences, and Reading Passages

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G Words


Beginning

goose

gate

gas

gift

go

gulp

good

gone

guess

give

ghost

guitar

garbage

goodbye

goat

game

gum

girl

golf

guy

goal

gallon

gold

garage

gorilla

Middle

dragon

luggage

cougar

tiger

eagle

merry-go-round

tugboat

pigpen

again

wagon

sugar

dugout

foggy

magnet

hamburger

jogging

juggle

pigtail

magazine

yoga

seagull

alligator

August

bigger

doggy

Ending

bug

dog

leg

bag

mug

big

rag

pig

Doug

frog

fog

twig

slug

fig

dig

log

hug

rug

tag

wag

wig

egg

tug

flag

jug

Initial G by Syllables


2
Syllable

gallon

game bag

garage

garden

garlic

gazelle

getting

ghost town

gifted

giving

goal post

going

golden

goldfish

good bye

gopher

gorgeous

guarded

guidance

guilty

3
Syllable

gallery

game tokens

gardener

garden hose

gardening

gasoline

gas station

gathering

gooseberry

gorilla

government

governor

guarantee

guardian

guinea pig

4
Syllable

5
Syllable

Medial G by Syllables


2
Syllable

again

August

baggage

begin

bigger

cougar

digging

dog sled

dragon

eggshell

foggy

ignore

jogging

luggage

magnet

pigtail

sea gull

sugar

tiger

wagon

3
Syllable

beginning

category

chuck wagon

dignity

disgusted

elegant

gigantic

illegal

magazines

magnify

marigold

negative

Oregon

Portugal

recognize

regardless

regular

signature

spaghetti

together

4
Syllable

alligator

altogether

beginner's luck

esophagus

illegally

investigate

magnificent

merry-go-round

navigate

negotiate

obligation

prolongation

significant

togetherness

video game

5
Syllable

egotistical

Final G by Syllables


2
Syllable

bean-bag

bear hug

brown bag

bulldog

clothes bag

colleague

dog tag

eggnog

fatigue

game bag

hand bag

hedgehog

hot dog

June bug

lunch bag

nutmeg

sand bag

sled dog

trash bag

washrag

3
Syllable

catalog

chili dog

deviled egg

duffel bag

garbage bag

guinea pig

ladybug

laundry bag

litterbug

paper bag

plastic bag

prairie dog

punching bag

sandwich bag

sleeping bag

4
Syllable

card catalog

carry-on bag

gift catalog

potato bug

prescription drug

seeing-eye-dog

5
Syllable


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Initial G Phrases and Sentences


hard game

big garage

old garbage

big garden

cheap gas

new gate

white ghost

nice gift

cute girl

go sign

goal post

baby goat

gold pieces

pet goldfish

golf course

pretty goose

play guitar

blue gum

My favorite game is checkers.

Their house has two garage doors.

Take the garbage out today.

I work in my garden on Saturday.

I need to fill my car with gas.

The gate was shut.

Don't look, there's a ghost!

He is bringing a small gift.

The girl is sitting on the pink chair.

He is ready to go.

I kicked the ball and made a goal.

The baby goat stayed by it's mom.

There are many gold pieces.

I won the goldfish at the carnival.

They are all playing golf.

The goose has brown feathers.

Can I play your guitar?

I like blue gum.

Medial G Phrases and Sentences


weather in August

big cougar

chinese dragon

soaring eagle

foggy street

juicy hamburger

jogging trail

juggle balls

heavy luggage

strong magnet

dirty pigpen

cute pigtail

noisy sea gull

sweet sugar

big tiger

small tugboat

red wagon

learn yoga

My birthday is on August 20th.

Mountain lion is another name for cougar.

The statue was of a dragon.

A soaring eagle was looking for food.

It was so foggy we couldn't see where we were going.

Let's get a hamburger for dinner.

They go jogging on Tuesdays.

She likes to juggle at the beach.

Someone left their luggage here.

The nails were stuck to the magnet.

The pigpen was full.

The pigtail looks cute on her.

The sea gull almost flew into me.

Don't put too much sugar in the lemonade.

We saw a tiger at the zoo.

The tugboat can pull large ships.

The dog is sitting in the wagon.

I do yoga to relax my mind.

Final G Phrases and Sentences


paper bag

big egg

colorful bug

dig deeper

fun dog

egg yolk

checkered flag

foggy street

green frog

grilled hot dog

tight hug

tired leg

big log

purple mug

fat pig

dish rag

floor rug

black wig

She only bought one bag of groceries.

I want the big egg.

The bug landed on my arm and I blew it off.

We need to dig a bigger hole for the post.

My dog is a German Shepherd and Black Lab mix.

Please cook the egg yolk.

He waved the checkered flag.

It was so foggy we couldn't see where we were going.

The frog caught the fly with its tongue.

I want mustard on my hot dog.

She gave him a tight hug.

He hoped his leg wouldn't cramp.

He made the seat out of a log.

My mug needs a refill.

The pig was laying in the mud.

Use the rag to clean the floor.

There is a big rug in my house.

She wore a black wig to the costume party.

G Reading Paragraphs


Gus Gives a Gift

Once there was a goose named Gus. Gus liked to play games, chew gum, and give gifts. Everyone who knew Gus, knew that he gave great gifts.

Once he gave someone a guitar. Another time he gave his friend a new set of luggage. All of his friends agreed that the best gift that Gus ever gave was a year's supply of hamburgers.

One day, Gus was tugging around a wagon with a gigantic bag in it. He tugged on the wagon from Mr. Dog's farm all the way to Mrs. Frog's wig shop. Everyone in town saw the wagon with the gigantic bag in it, but no one knew who would get the bag.

Doug was a good friend of Gus. Doug was busy planting green beans, grapes, and gooseberries in his garden. He didn't see Gus coming toward his house and tugging the wagon behind him.

When Gus finally reached Doug in his garden, Doug said, "Why are you pulling that wagon Gus?"

Gus replied, "I came to give you a gift Doug."

Doug was very excited and felt like an important person. He knew that Gus gave good gifts.

When Doug took the bag off of the gift, he couldn't believe his eyes. It was a big stack of eggs! Doug was so happy that he ran over to Gus and gave him a big hug.

Doug loved to eat eggs every morning. He knew how to cook eggs in many different ways. Doug thanked Gus for the nice gift and said, "I will buy you a nice gift one day."

Then they both said goodbye and Gus went home.

Golf Time

Each year Gary would play golf in August. He would get his golf clubs from the garage and drive to the golf course.

On his way, he would pass Farmer Gil's goose and pig farm. When he got to the golf course he bought a hot dog, a bag of chips, and a big mug of hot chocolate.

He played his best game while chewing sugar free gum and using the mug with the green dragon on it. He wanted to do that again. He grabbed his golf bag and dragon mug and headed for the first hole.

Man with the Gold Guitar

When Gabe began learning to play the guitar, he thought it would be easier than chewing gum. After his third lesson, his head was foggy from everything he learned. Then he met the man with the gold guitar.

He said his name was "Golden" but Gabe thought it was something else. 

Golden taught Gabe to set goals while he learned how to play the guitar. Golden gave Gabe a small flag with the words "Set Goals" on it that he could keep with him as a reminder. Gabe kept it with his guitar and used it every time he learned a new lesson.

After that, he never saw Golden again. Some people say Golden was a nice ghost who liked to help people.




This list of functional words was professionally selected to be the most useful for a child or adult who has difficulty with producing the "G" sound.

We encourage you to use this list when practicing at home.

Doing home practice will help your child make much faster progress toward correct production.

Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) are only able to see students/clients 30-60 mins (or less) per week.

This is not enough time for your child to overcome an articulation disorder with the "G" sound. But with high caseloads...

...it's all SLPs can do.

There's only so much time in the day.

Every day that your child goes without practice it becomes more and more difficult to correct an "G" error because he/she continues to say it incorrectly. 


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Practice 5-10 minutes whenever you can, but try to do it on a consistent basis (daily).

Please, please, please use this list to practice.

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