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pronunciation of regular past tense verbs and adjectives with ed endings

Pronunciation of Regular Past Tense Verbs and Adjectiveswith “ed” endings

www.ESLAmerica.US

The Website where everything has sound!

ed as t
asked

baked

brushed

cooked

cracked

crashed

danced

dressed

dropped

escaped

finished

fixed

guessed

helped

hoped

“ed” as /t/
ed as d
advised

agreed

allowed

answered

appeared

arrived

believed

belonged

burned

called

carried

changed

cleaned

closed

covered

cried

damaged

described

died

dried

“ed” as /d/
more ed as d
earned

encouraged

enjoyed

entered

explained

explored

filled

followed

happened

interviewed

imagined

jailed

killed

listened

lived

loved

measured

moved

More “ed” as /d/
more ed as d5
opened

planned

played

performed

pulled

realized

remembered

rained

repaired

saved

shared

shaved

showed

signed

slammed

stayed

snowed

studied

More “ed” as /d/
more ed as d6
tried

traveled

turned

used

welcomed

whispered

worried

yawned

More “ed” as /d/
ed as id extra syllable
accepted

afforded

attended

arrested

collected

contacted

counted

decided

defended

demanded

divided

ended

expanded

expected

exported

flooded

graduated

hated

“ed” as /id/ (extra syllable)
more ed as id extra syllable
hunted

included

invited

invented

landed

needed

More “ed” as /id/ (extra syllable)