Teacher's Notes on the Pronunciation of “Ed” Endings of Past Simple Verbs
This teacher's resource will provide you with information for your ESL learners on how to pronounce the 'ed' ending.
The resource covers:
* “t” (voiceless) Sounds like a “t” at the end
* “d” (after voiced consonants) Sounds like a “d” at the end
* “d” (after vowels) Sounds like a “d” at the end
* “id” (after the consonants d and t) Sounds like “id” at the end
In this resource, you will receive information on the letters that will create voiceless ed endings, the voiced consonants that will create a "d" ending at the ends of ed words, the vowels that will create a "d" at the ends of ed words and the consonants that will lead to an "id" sound at the ends of ed words.
The resource will also include examples of words beside the letters that lead to certain sounds.
Answer Key: Examples of words you can share with your learners are included.
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