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Forming and pronouncing regular verbs in the past, with sound.

Forming and pronouncing regular verbs in the past, with sound.

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  • 1. Past Tense: Regular Verbs Listening / Pronunciation Kristi Reyes MiraCosta College
  • 2. Regular Verbs
    • Regular verbs in past have final –ed
    • Spelling: usually add –ed
  • 3. Spelling Rules for Regular Verbs
    • Most regular verbs, add –ed to change to past tense:
    • walk + ed listen + ed need + ed
    • 1. close
    • live
    • 2. try
    • dry
    • hurry
    Rule 1: Final e, add d Rule 2: Final consonant + y, change y to i, + ed + d -y + ied
  • 4. Spelling Rules for Regular Verbs
    • Most regular verbs, add –ed to change to past tense:
    • walk listen need
    • 1. close
    • live
    • 2. try
    • dry
    • hurry
    Rule 1: Final e, add d Rule 2: Final consonant + y, change y to i, + ed
  • 5. Spelling Rules for Regular Verbs
    • 3. shop
    • sob
    • 4. pre fer
    • per mit
    Rule 3: One-syllable verb with a consonant + vowel + consonant as final three letters, double the final consonant + ed Rule #5: Two syllable verb with final consonant + vowel + consonant and the last syllable is stressed, double final consonant + ed Remember: Don’t double letters w, x, or y ped bed red ted
  • 6. Online Practice
    • Click this link to test yourself on the spelling of regular verbs in the past:
    • Which spelling is correct?
  • 7. Pronunciation
    • -ed can be pronounced in the following ways:
    /t/ /d/ /id/
  • 8. Pronunciation of -ed
    • Which is the correct pronunciation of the –ed in these regular verbs?
    • Click to see.
    • Three different pronunciations of -ed
    • 1. /t/ 2. /d/ 3. /id/
    Pronunciaton rule: Final /t/ or /d/ before –ed, pronounce –ed as /id/ liked stayed helped looked rained assisted closed watched called decided painted wanted
  • 9. Practice
    • Listen to the pronunciation of the verbs as and repeat to practice your pronunciation
    • Use the dictionary at http://msn.dictionary.com to look for the definitions of any words you don’t know
    • Put on your headphones and get ready
  • 10. Verbs that have -ed
    • -ed pronounced as /t/
  • 11. /t/ pronunciation of -ed
    • announced
    • asked
    • baked
    • balanced
    • brushed
    • developed
    • dressed
    • dropped
    • faxed
    • fixed
    • hopped
    • hoped
    • impressed
    • increased
    • influenced
    • introduced
    • liked
    • locked
    • missed
    • packed
    • parked
    • passed
    • practiced
    • produced
    • promised
    • reduced
    • relaxed
    • replaced
    • searched
    • stopped
    • talked
    • washed
    • watched
    • worked
  • 12. Verbs that have -ed
    • -ed pronounced as /d/
  • 13. /d/ pronunciation of -ed
    • allowed
    • amused
    • analyzed
    • annoyed
    • answered
    • apologized
    • appeared
    • approved
    • argued
    • arranged
    • arrived
    • belonged
    • boiled
    • borrowed
    • burned
    • called
    • carried
    • caused
    • changed
    • cleaned
    • closed
    • complained
  • 14. /d/ pronunciation of -ed
    • concerned
    • confused
    • considered
    • contained
    • continued
    • copied
    • covered
    • damaged
    • delivered
    • described
    • deserved
    • destroyed
    • fired
    • followed
    • formed
    • fried
    • happened
    • hurried
    • identified
    • ignored
    • imagined
    • improved
    • informed
    • disagreed
    • disappeared
    • discovered
    • emptied
    • enjoyed
    • entered
    • examined
    • excused
    • exercised
    • explained
    • filed
    • filled
  • 15. /d/ pronunciation of -ed
    • paused
    • planned
    • played
    • preferred
    • pulled
    • rained
    • raised
    • realized
    • received
    • recognized
    • refused
    • remained
    • remembered
    • learned
    • lied
    • listened
    • lived
    • managed
    • measured
    • moved
    • observed
    • offered
    • opened
    • ordered
    • owed
    • owned
    • removed
    • repaired
    • served
    • shared
    • signed
    • stayed
    • supplied
    • supposed
    • surprised
    • tied
    • typed
    • used
    • worried
  • 16. Verbs that have -ed
    • -ed pronounced as /id/
  • 17. /id/ pronunciation of -ed
    • applauded
    • appreciated
    • arrested
    • collected
    • communicated
    • completed
    • concentrated
    • connected
    • consisted
    • corrected
    • counted
    • depended
    • detected
    • divided
    • ended
    • existed
    • expected
    • folded
    • included
    • interested
    • interrupted
    • invented
  • 18. /id/ pronunciation of -ed
    • repeated
    • reported
    • requested
    • separated
    • started
    • subtracted
    • succeeded
    • suggested
    • supported
    • traded
    • trusted
    • visited
    • waited
    • wanted
    • invited
    • needed
    • painted
    • parted
    • pasted
    • permitted
    • planted
    • prevented
    • protected
    • provided
    • recorded
    • regretted
    • rejected
    • reminded
  • 19. Test Yourself
    • Use these internet links to practice your listening / pronunciation of regular verbs in the past tense:
    • http://evaeaston.com/pr/t-d-Id-pattern.html (this one takes a while to download, so be patient)
    • http://perso.orange.fr/michel.barbot/hotpot/prononciation/ed.htm
    • http://www.isabelperez.com/pastendings.htm
  • 20. Any questions?
    • Ask the instructor

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