pronounce tthe verb cogera, is the g like the j sound?
How is the verb "cogera" pronounced in spanish. Is the "g" the same as the "j" sound
It's kind of a gutteral sound but if you want to hear it just double click the word and double click it again which will bring it up in the dictionary then click on the speaker.
In Spanish, "ge" and "je" sound the same. Likewise, "gi"and "ji" sound the same.
That is why we have to add an "u" in between to get the strong "g" sound like "gato":
"ga", "go" and "gu" are always with strong "g".
gato, gotera, gusano
"Coger" is the verb, pronounced "Co-HA-er."
"Cogera" is actually a typographical error for the future tense of the verb "Coger."
It should be "Cogerá."
The verb is actually "coger" rather than "cogera" (I am honestly not sure whether that was a typographical error or not), and the '-ger' portion of the verb is pronounced a lot like the English word "hair" though with a bit more throaty emphasis on the "h"-sound.