/ŋ/ if ‘ng’ is at the end of a word or root word: e.g. sing,singer, thing
/ŋg/ in a comparative or superlative: .e.g. longer, longest.
/ŋg/ if ’ng’ is not at the end of the word or root: e.g. finger
Repeat the following:
/ŋ/ thing, exciting, hang, hanger, lovingly
/ŋg/ mango, stronger, strongest, anger, single
Decide whether each ‘ng’ should be said as /ŋ/ or /ŋg/:
A. Did you see him get angry about the tango competition?
B. Creating these angled shapes is tiring.
C. Interestingly, Angus went skiing in August.
D. These mangoes are going to get squashed.
E. We took much longer than the strongest team.
F. They were wrongly accused of speaking to the enemy.
G. The youngest angler won the tournament.
H. We sang along with the Hungarian choir.