Pronunciation of Verbs with Added "-ed"

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This is a chart and worksheet that allows adult ESL learners to learn which "-ed" endings on verbs will be pronounced /t/, /d/, or /Id/. Most ESL learners automatically default to the added /Id/ syllable when pronouncing unfamiliar regular past tense verbs. This chart and worksheet help them learn that the way the added "-ed" will be pronounced depends on the final sound of the verb. By recording all the verbs with "-ed" endings that they encounter, they gradually more accurately pronounce regular past tense verbs that they haven't previously learned.
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Pronunciation of Verbs with Added "-ed"
Pronunciation of Verbs with Added "-ed"