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As far as I know, there's no /g/ sound in "trying". The correct pronunciation should be /ˈtrī-iŋ/ [1].

[1] https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/trying

KiuhnmAs far as I know, there's no /g/ sound in "trying".

It makes the ing sound which is the difference between pronouncing the word as "tryin" or "trying".

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Got it. I thought you were referring to the IPA sound /g/, but you were referring to the letter g in the word "trying", so she pronounced /n/ instead of /ŋ/, which the difference between "sin" and "sing"!

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