The "G" sound
The "G" sound (as in jump and George) does spanish not have it?
Great question, Usador.
Pronunciation of G:
When G is followed by E or I, you pronounce it like soft H (gente, gitano)
When G is followed by A, O or U, you pronounce it like a hard G in "girl" (gato, gusto, goma).
GUE and GUI - you don't pronounce the U (it's silent) and the G sounds hard like in "girl" (guerra, guitarra),
I am not an authority on Spanish grammar and pronunciation, but I don't believe they have that sound. The closest thing is the "j" sound that the double L (ll) makes sometimes, for certain dialects and what-not.