Letter G tongue twisters
Here we have a collection of amusing tongue twisters that use the letter G. They are perfect for ESL pronunciation practice and children’s speech therapy. Ask your students to read the shorter sentences several times in succession and see how quickly they can do it without making mistakes. They can be quite a challenge!
The g tongue twisters are –
1 – Gillian’s grandmother grew aghast and gulped at Gillian’s grammar.
2 – Greedy Grandma Gabby Grimmer grabbed a gallon of gummy goulash. If greedy Grandma Gabby Grimmer grabbed a gallon of gummy goulash, How many gallons of gummy goulash did greedy Grandma Gabby Grimmer grab?
3- Georgia’s glorious golden gorge is gorgeous.
4 – Glittering glassy glossy glaciers.
5 – Gig whip, gig whip, gig whip.
6 – Glitzy guava gloves, glitzy guava gloves, glitzy guava gloves.
7 – Ghastly ghosts and gruesome ghouls going underground.
8 – Blue glue gun, green glue gun.
9 – Great gate crasher.
10 – Girl gargoyle, guy gargoyle
11 – Gobbling gargoyles gobbled gobbling goblins.
12 – How much ground could a groundhog grind if a groundhog could grind ground?
13 – Glen forgot again the gambling game and Gavin got the gram of gold.
14 – Grass grew green on the graves in Grace Gray’s grandfather’s graveyard.
15 – Gabby the giggling girl guide graduated gracefully.
16 – Gangly gazelles gallop on grass that grows on grooves in green groves.
17 – If you go for a gopher a gopher will go for a gopher hole.
G tongue twisters continued
18 – Goon gangs gobbling gorgeous grapes.
19 – The great Greek grape growers grow great Greek grapes.
20 – Giddy kiddy goat. Giddy kiddy goat. Giddy, giddy, giddy, giddy, giddy, kiddy goat.
21 – Green glass globes glow greenly.
22 – Goldfish gills gulp green grapefruit juice.
23 – Three gray geese in a green field grazing, gray were the geese and green was the grazing.
24 – Gray Gaelic geese grazing gracefully in rugged Greece.
25 – A glimpse of gloomy gutter gorillas grabbing glittering gravel.
26 – Groovy gum, gravy gum, groovy gum, gravy gum, groovy gum, gravy gum.
27 – Galactic goats go global guzzling gray gravy.
28 – A gazillion gigantic grapes gushed gradually giving gophers gooey guts.
29 – Ghana guards grams of grain in grand granaries.
30 – If a gale growls does a gust groan?
31 – Giving gaunt gully guppies ground grain in Guinea.
32 – Gibbons gave their granite god a gong in grassy Guatemala.
Further letter G pronunciation activities
Hopefully you found these tongue twisters with G a lot of fun! If you are looking for more activities to practice this sound, have a look at the G and D minimal pairs and the K and G minimal pairs.
Both articles have flashcards, practice sentences, and word lists that can help students with enunciating this phoneme correctly.
You will also find a heap more tongue twisters in the pronunciation section of ESL Vault.