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. Many other handouts, including this one, are available in my book, "Let's Look At It This Way!", which is available in my store. It's actually a pretty good deal. For the cost of a few handouts, you get 50+ to reproduce for your instructional and classroom use.