The regular past endings –ed is pronounced as follows:

/d/ after vowels and voiced consonants

(except /d/)

tried

/traı...
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Past endings-3-copies

  1. 1. The regular past endings –ed is pronounced as follows: /d/ after vowels and voiced consonants (except /d/) tried /traıd/ used /juzd/ lived Example: /lıvd/ failed /feıld/ /t/ after unvoiced consonants (except /t/) /θ/ /p/ /f/ /s/ /ʃ/ ʃ /tʃ/ ʃ /k/ thing pea free see sheep cheese coin Example: stopped /stɒpt/ laughed /la ft/ passed /past/ watched /wɒt t/ ʃ ʃ /ıd/ after /d/ and /t/ /d/ dog Example: /t/ tree ended started /endıd/ /sta:tıd/ Write down the words given in the correct columns. /d/ /t/ /ıd/

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