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Week 6. Indirect vs Direct Language, Complaining, Pronuncaition of – ed morpheme. Pronunciation of - ed. Do you pronounce the – ed at the end of these words the same way? laughed burned treated. Pronunciation of - ed. - ed is pronounced /t/ after these sounds:

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week 6

Week 6

Indirect vs Direct Language, Complaining, Pronuncaition of –ed morpheme

pronunciation of ed
Pronunciation of -ed
  • Do you pronounce the –ed at the end of these words the same way?

laughed

burned

treated

pronunciation of ed1
Pronunciation of -ed
  • -ed is pronounced /t/ after these sounds:

p k s shchth [thing]

Chipped

Baked

Passed

Fished

Touched

mouthed

pronunciation of ed2
Pronunciation of -ed
  • -ed is pronounced /d/ after these sounds:

b v l r z j th [then] vowels

n m

Rubbed hazed named

Loved judged bathed

Rolled allowed

Cared cleaned

pronunciation of ed3
Pronunciation of -ed
  • -ed is pronounced /id/ after these sounds:

t d

Treated

Decided