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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #66969: Pronunciation of -ed in past simple
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    Pronunciation of -ed in past simple


     
    Preterite : -ED at the end of the verb

                      Pronunciation
    /id/,   /d/  or  /t/
    .
    1) /id/
                                                  /id/  after /d/ and /t/
          example: want, wanted = want(id)
    invited             printed               started     shouted
    decided floodedneeded               landed               

     

     

     

           Bob painted (id) a beautiful bunch of flowers for his mother.

    .................

                    
                                                      2)  /d/
    /d/ after a 'voiced sound'          (rub-d)
         /b/    /g/    /l/    /m/  /n/    /r/  /v/   /w/   /y/  /z/
     rubbed bagged pulled hummedearned scored lived snowed played used
              She cleaned (clean-d) the living room while her children were at school.

                                                          3) /t/
    /t/ after a 'voiceless sound'       (laugh-t)
         /f/    /k/   /p/   /s/   /sh/   /ch/   /x/
     laughed kicked typed kissed pushed watched mixed
                  David was late, so he walked (walk-t) very fast.





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      Ecrire dans la case la prononciation correcte du 'ed' final. Ecrire: id, d ou t
    /id/, /d/ or /t/? Write down T, D or ID.

    1.

     Stopped

    2.
     arrested

    3.
      appeared

    Ecouter, écrire le verbe manquant dans la case puis la prononciation du 'ed' final après le point.
    Listen to the tape and write down: 1) the missing verb 2) the pronunication after the dot.

    4.

    I a delicious meal last Sunday.()

    5.
      When I was young I in the USA. ()

    6.
     I London two years ago.()

    Ecouter, écrire les 2 verbes qui manquent puis, après chacun d'eux, la prononciation du 'ed' final.
    Listen to the tape and write down the pronunciation.

    7.
    John me () and me () a drink.

    8.
     David the ball () and a magnificent goal. ()









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