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Pronounced Ed

By Daniel Guarin

Group C: T or D pronounce ED as “ID”

Example: Need, needed = need(id)

Ed as “ID”

accepted
afforded
attended
arrested
collected
contacted
counted
decided
defended
demanded
divided
ended
expanded
expected
exported
flooded
graduated
hated
hunted
included
invited
invented
landed
needed
painted
planted
printed
presented
pretended
protected
provided
rented
repeated
reported
respected
rested
scolded
skated
started
shouted
treated
visited
waited
wanted
wasted

If you have any doubt, you can look at the dictionary for the phonetic transcription.

Example: advised (ad’vaiz)

NOTE: Look carefully for verbs, not for nouns or adjectives because in some cases they

Group A - Voiceless sound Last sound of the verb in infinitive

Group B - Voiced sound Last sound of the verb in infinitive

Group C - T or D Last sound of the verb in infinitive

The past simple is often confused with the present perfect. This present perfect vs past simple quiz will help you test your understanding of when to use the present perfect or past simple.

This video focusing on past tense will help you practice both irregular and regular verbs in the past tense. Ellen Quish also provides learning notes and a transcript of the dialogue in the video.

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