Pronunciation of-regular-past-tense-verbs

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Pronunciation of-regular-past-tense-verbs

  1. 1. Pronunciation of the Past Simple and Past Participle of Regular VerbsexerciseHow to complete the exerciseTo complete the exercise you have to place the verbs in the boxes below into the correct columns to show thecorrect pronunciation of the –ed ending.List of regular verbs acted advised believed complicated cried dated denied decided deserved discussed expected faced grieved hated inflated inspired jumped kicked kissed liked matched missed moved needed offended offered played punished seized threatened veiled wanted washedPut the verbs into the correct columnTo help you get started we have added for first one for each column.** hint ** If you are struggling say each word aloud and try to think how each word sounds like when endsSay each one of the examples aloud to hear the ending Pronunciation of the Past Simple and Past Participle of Regular Verb d t id advised dated acted
  2. 2. Answers to the exerciseTo view the answer click on the following link Past Simple and Past Participle Pronunciation answersPrint the work sheet onto some paperTo print the lesson right click on a white space and select print or copy and past the categories onto a worddocument and the print.Unable to printIf you are unable to print, then write the words onto some blank paper.Lessons that are related to the exerciseTo view any of the lessons below click on link.Simple past Tense English lessonlearning simple past tense English lessonSimple past tense of be past timeSimple past tense verb be Learning English grammar lessonEasy pace Learning on-line dictionary and how to use dictionariesClick on the following link for the On line English dictionary - English lessonEasy Pace Learning ForumIf you are struggling with a lesson or an exercise post a question we will try and help you or post your answersand let others compare with what you have.

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