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Study the word list: Words ending in -ge

To spell the /j/ sound at the end of a word use ge.

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cage
We keep our rabbit in a cage.
rage
She flew into a rage at the sight of the mess.
wage
After six months in the job I will get a wage increase.
huge
Disneyland is a huge theme park.
hinge
Put some oil on the hinge to stop it squeaking.
plunge
He was unsure whether to take the plunge. *
large
Sam comes from a very large family.
merge
Click here to merge the two cells.
forge
A blacksmith works with metals in a forge.
gorge
The Grand Canyon is a huge gorge.
range
This shop stocks a great range of cheese.
change
Can you change a $50 dollar bill?
strange
Did you hear that strange noise?
bulge
My stomach will bulge if I eat all that.
challenge
I challenge you to a game of chess.
arrange
Can we arrange a meeting?
exchange
I would like to exchange this dress for a smaller one. *
revenge
When his friend was attacked Robert wanted revenge.
orange
Freshly squeezed orange juice tastes best.

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Learn about these words in Unit 19. Soft g: ge, gi, gy

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