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A favor, when I say rage, race people understand me. Could you tell me the differences in pronunciation of these two words

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anonymousA favor, when I say rage, race people understand me.

This does not make any sense as a sentence in English. I think you mean this:

When I say "rage", people think I'm saying "race".

anonymousdifferences in pronunciation

I can give you the IPA symbols, but I don't know if that will help.

"race" ~ /reɪs/ [ /s/ is an unvoiced sound. ]
"rage" ~ /reɪdʒ/ [ /dʒ/ is a voiced sound. ]

/s/ is the sound at the beginning of "sun", "say", and "see", and at the end of "rice", "fuss", and "peace".
/dʒ/ is the sound at the beginning of "jet", "jam", and "job", and at the end of "ledge", "dodge", and "page".

CJ