Focus on the pronunciation of passage
English definition of “passage”
› [C] (also passageway /ˈpæsɪdzweɪ/) a usually long and narrow part of a building with rooms on one or both sides, or a covered path which connects places: There's a passage on the side of the building – the maintenance department is along there.
› [C] a short piece of writing that is part of a larger piece of work: There's one passage in the report which seems incorrect.
› [U] an act of moving through a place: Despite security checks, our passage through the airport was fairly quick.
› [U or S] the way that time passes: The directors are hopeful that, with the passage of time, trading conditions will improve.
› [ U] official approval of something, especially a new law: passage of sth Protesters are opposing passage of the new energy bill through parliament.