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Grade 5 Lesson 14. Vowel Suffix – ed. VOWEL SUFFIX - ed. Vowel suffix – ed is a tricky suffix! It actually makes 3 different sounds, depending on the base word. Sometimes it sounds like “ ed ” Sometimes it sounds like “d” Sometimes it sounds like “t”. Vowel Suffix - ed = “ ed ”.

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grade 5 lesson 14

Grade 5Lesson 14

Vowel Suffix –ed

vowel suffix ed
VOWEL SUFFIX -ed

Vowel suffix –ed is a tricky suffix!

It actually makes 3 different sounds, depending on the base word.

Sometimes it sounds like “ed”

Sometimes it sounds like “d”

Sometimes it sounds like “t”

vowel suffix ed ed
Vowel Suffix -ed = “ed”

When you add vowel suffix to a base word which has a FINAL sound of (d) or (t)….

Then suffix –ed sounds like “ed”

act + ed = acted

divide + ed = divided

vowel suffix ed d
Vowel Suffix –ed = “d”

When you add vowel suffix –ed to a base word which has a VOICED FINAL sound (other than d)…

Then suffix –ed sounds like “d”

tag+ ed = tagged (g = voiced)

allow + ed = allowed (ow = voiced)

spell + ed = spelled (l = voiced)

vowel suffix ed t
Vowel Suffix –ed = “t”

When you add vowel suffix –ed to a base word which has an UNVOICED FINAL CONSONANT sound (other than t)…

Then suffix –ed sounds like “t”

miss + ed = missed (s = unvoiced)

help + ed = helped (p = unvoiced)

cook + ed = cooked (k = unvoiced)

spelling words
SPELLING WORDS

acted telephoned produced

donated spelled missed

dislocated tagged helped

reported allowed dropped

predicted described slipped

transported transferred cooked

divided

faded