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Study the word list: gue on the end of a word

The letter u acts as a wall and stops the g from making its soft sound /j/.

translate:
fatigue Fatigue is extreme tiredness.
intrigue The court heard a dramatic story of intrigue.
league The football team reached the premier league. *
plague In the bible Egypt suffered a plague of locusts.
rogue That man is nothing more than a rogue.
tongue My dog's tongue is always out of his mouth. *
vague I have a vague idea I have seen her before.
vogue If something is in vogue, it is in fashion.
catalogue British English spelling Please send me a copy of your catalogue.
dialogue British English spelling There could be no agreement without further dialogue.
epilogue British English spelling An epilogue could be a short speech at the end of a play.
monologue British English spelling The actor's monologue lasted for over an hour.
synagogue Jewish people worship in a synagogue.
colleague John was her colleague at work.

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

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