Spelling list: Words ending in age

The /ij/ sound on the end of a word is usually spelled age - but take care: this list contains two rule-breakers !

translate:
baggage How much baggage do you plan to take with you?
bandage Would you like a bandage for that sore?
cottage The cottage had a beautiful garden.
courage I admire her courage.
damage The crash caused much damage to my car.
garbage Every Wednesday I put out the garbage. *
image A pixel is the smallest part of a digital image.
manage Can you manage to carry that all by yourself?
message Oliver left a message on my phone.
package Sticky tape is best for sealing packages.
passage They walked down the passage. *
postage How much is the postage on this card?
sausage These sausages are very tasty.
shortage After the earthquake there was a shortage of fresh water.
storage My new computer has much more storage space.
village Our village has only three buses a day.
advantage The home team had the advantage.
average The winning cyclist had an average speed of 34 miles an hour.
knowledge Try not to baffle him with your knowledge.
college Do you want to go to college or university?

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

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