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domingo, 11 de octubre de 2015

PRONOUNCING THE -ED ENDING


There are rules, so it's useful to learn how to pronounce the Past and Past Participles of Regular verbs.

Briefly: Pronounce "id" after sounds T/D (starTed , deciDed)
            Pronounce "t" after sounds: P/CH/K/F/Z/S/SH (lauGHed, switCHed, ...)
            Pronounce "d" after: Vowels and B/G/DG/V/M/N/R/L/ ... (caLLed, satisfIed, ...)



Theory
Voiced or Voiceless?
Listen to some examples: 12
Practice: 123456
Exceptions: Theory and Practice

How do you pronounce the -ED used with Past Tense (Affirmative Regular) Vebs?
To get it right, go to THIS WEB and once there, press MENU and go to 4º ESO, INTERMEDIATE, THE ED SUFFIX.

It's very easy, just do it!


More practice: 12345678
Watch the video too:



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1 comentario:

Anónimo dijo...

Este vídeo de youtube también explica claramente cómo pronunciar esas terminaciones de forma correcta.
El enlace es: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUVs6pfwxz4

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