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  • If you are teaching your students pronunciation of the past participles of some verbs that are being used as adjectives, then a second syllable will be added even if the base form does not end in a /t/ or /d/ sound, and the "-ed" ending will be pronounced as /id/. Common past participles used as adjectives with an additional syllable are: aged, blessed, crooked, dogged, learned, ragged, and wretched. Fortunately, this exceptions doesn't apply to teaching pronunciation of English past tense verbs, just past participles when they are used as adjectives.
  • If you are teaching your students pronunciation of the past participles of some verbs that are being used as adjectives, then a second syllable will be added even if the base form does not end in a /t/ or /d/ sound, and the "-ed" ending will be pronounced as /id/. Common past participles used as adjectives with an additional syllable are: aged, blessed, crooked, dogged, learned, ragged, and wretched. Fortunately, this exceptions doesn't apply to teaching pronunciation of English past tense verbs, just past participles when they are used as adjectives.
  • If you are teaching your students pronunciation of the past participles of some verbs that are being used as adjectives, then a second syllable will be added even if the base form does not end in a /t/ or /d/ sound, and the "-ed" ending will be pronounced as /id/. Common past participles used as adjectives with an additional syllable are: aged, blessed, crooked, dogged, learned, ragged, and wretched. Fortunately, this exceptions doesn't apply to teaching pronunciation of English past tense verbs, just past participles when they are used as adjectives.
  • If you are teaching your students pronunciation of the past participles of some verbs that are being used as adjectives, then a second syllable will be added even if the base form does not end in a /t/ or /d/ sound, and the "-ed" ending will be pronounced as /id/. Common past participles used as adjectives with an additional syllable are: aged, blessed, crooked, dogged, learned, ragged, and wretched. Fortunately, this exceptions doesn't apply to teaching pronunciation of English past tense verbs, just past participles when they are used as adjectives.
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  • Past tense verbs 5to

    1. 1. simple past tensesimple past tense
    2. 2. Yesterday•At 6 o’clock this morning•A long time ago•Just after I got up•When I was 4 years old•Last year•In January 2008What is the past?What is the past?
    3. 3. Normally…•We add ‘ed’ to verbs when we talkabout the past.•We add ‘d’ to verbs ending in ‘e’.•A verb is an action word. A ‘doing’word.Things to remember…Things to remember…
    4. 4. Add ‘ed’ or just add ‘d’Add ‘ed’ or just add ‘d’Remember:Remember:If there is an ‘e’ already, there is no need to add another one.jumpjumpeded dancedanceddplayplayeded
    5. 5. On Monday, _____________________They walkto schoolPast tense practice…Past tense practice…
    6. 6. On Sunday, _____________________I listento musicPast tense practice…Past tense practice…
    7. 7. Yesterday, _____________________I jumpPast tense practice…Past tense practice…
    8. 8. Last week, ______________________I dance atschoolPast tense practice…Past tense practice…
    9. 9. Last year, ______________________I laughPast tense practice…Past tense practice…
    10. 10. Last week, ______________________I playPSPPast tense practice…Past tense practice…
    11. 11. action gameaction game
    12. 12. Who can?Who can?•Open the door•Turn off the light•Clear the board•Dance like a chicken•Jump like a monkeyWhatWhat diddid he/she do?he/she do?Answer in a full sentenceAnswer in a full sentencePast tense verbsPast tense verbs
    13. 13. Two teams:Two teams: Write down the correct past tense of theWrite down the correct past tense of thewords. Do you change the word, or add ‘ed’/’d’?words. Do you change the word, or add ‘ed’/’d’?1. dance__________________2. cook___________________3. jump___________________4. turn____________________5. open___________________1. watch__________________2. play____________________3. kiss____________________4. walk___________________5. close___________________Blackboard raceBlackboard race
    14. 14. say a full sentencesay a full sentence
    15. 15. Past tense verbsPast tense verbsJumpPresent (now)Present (now) PastPast1.1. Make these verbsMake these verbspast tensepast tense2.2.Say a full sentenceSay a full sentence
    16. 16. Past tense verbsPast tense verbs1.1. Make these verbsMake these verbspast tensepast tense2.2.Say a full sentenceSay a full sentenceShoutPresent (now)Present (now) PastPastWAAAAAAAAAAAA!
    17. 17. Past tense verbsPast tense verbs1.1. Make these verbsMake these verbspast tensepast tense2.2.Say a full sentenceSay a full sentenceDancePresent (now)Present (now) PastPast
    18. 18. Past tense verbsPast tense verbs1.1. Make these verbsMake these verbspast tensepast tense2.2.Say a full sentenceSay a full sentenceWPresent (now)Present (now) PastPast
    19. 19. Past tense verbsPast tense verbs1.1. Make these verbsMake these verbspast tensepast tense2.2.Say a full sentenceSay a full sentenceLPresent (now)Present (now) PastPast
    20. 20. change the tensechange the tense
    21. 21. MoreMoreexamplesexamplesPresent:(Today)talkwalkplaylaughhelpaskanswerfinishlooklovewatchcookclosedPast Tense:(Yesterday)talkedwalkedplayedlaughedhelpedaskedansweredfinishedlookedlovedwatchedcookedclosedworked
    22. 22. After school I playwith my petdinosaur. I dancewith him. I playfootball with him. Icook him some soupand use very bigvegetables becausehe is alwayshungry. I love mydinosaur and alwayssmile when we jumparound the park! Ilike having a petdinosaur so much!Change the story to theChange the story to the pastpast tense…tense…
    23. 23. Change this story to theChange this story to the presentpresent tense…tense…The students walked to their lessons. TheThe students walked to their lessons. Thechildren played in the park. They laughed at thechildren played in the park. They laughed at thejoke. The good students then helped Mr Tomjoke. The good students then helped Mr Tomwith the books. They asked him a questionwith the books. They asked him a questionabout the homework. The good studentsabout the homework. The good studentsanswered the question. Mr Tom shouted at theanswered the question. Mr Tom shouted at thenaughty students. When they finished reading,naughty students. When they finished reading,they looked at the pictures.they looked at the pictures.
    24. 24. ending soundsending sounds
    25. 25. There areThere are 33 ending soundsending soundsfor past tense words…for past tense words…‘‘-id’-id’ ‘‘-t’-t’ ‘‘-d’-d’
    26. 26. The ‘-id’ soundThe ‘-id’ sound‘‘-id’-id’onlyonly used for verbs endingused for verbs endingwith a ‘t’ or ‘d’ soundwith a ‘t’ or ‘d’ sounddecideciddededinviinvittededneeneeddededplanplanttededposposttededshoushouttededstarstarttededtastasttededvisivisittededwaiwaittededwanwantteded
    27. 27. The ‘-d’ soundThe ‘-d’ soundonlyonly used for verbs endingused for verbs endingin ain a voicedvoiced soundsoundmomovvededstastayyededsasavvededcleacleannededenjoenjoyyededlolovvededcloclossededplaplayyeded‘‘-d’-d’Voiced consonant sounds: b, v, g, z, j, th, l, m, n, rVoiced consonant sounds: b, v, g, z, j, th, l, m, n, rYouYou cancan feel a vibration when you put your fingers on your neck.feel a vibration when you put your fingers on your neck.
    28. 28. The ‘-t’ soundThe ‘-t’ soundonlyonly used for verbs endingused for verbs endingin anin an unvoicedunvoiced soundsoundlalaughughededwalwalkkededkiskisssededfinifinishshededhelhelppededdandanceceddfifixxededworworkkededwawashshededdropdropppeded‘‘-t’-t’Voiceless consonant sounds: p, f, k, s, sh, ch, th.Voiceless consonant sounds: p, f, k, s, sh, ch, th.YouYou cannotcannot feel a vibration when you put your fingers on your neck.feel a vibration when you put your fingers on your neck.
    29. 29. simple past tensesimple past tenseboard gameboard game

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