Pronunciation of final “ed” in      regular verbs.              Maribel Henriquez
• Worked• Burned• Wanted
• Worked  – Work t• Burned  – Burn d• Wanted  – wanted
• Regular verbs in English are those that form  their past tense by adding “ed” to them:            work → worked         ...
Voiced sound• A voiced sound is a sound where your  vocal cords vibrate when you produce it.
Unvoiced sound• An unvoiced sound is a sound where your  vocal cords do not vibrate when you  produce it.
The voiced sounds are:•   b              •   q•   d              •   r•   g              •   v•   J              •   w•   ...
The unvoiced sounds are:•   c               • t•   f               • x•   h•   k               • sh•   p               • c...
3 rules:1.   ___”ed” after voiced sounds = d                rubbed         →       rubd                turned         →   ...
Warning!!!• Be careful with verbs that end in the letter  “e”. Since final “e” is not pronounced in  English, we have to g...
Your turn!ed” pronounced as     t   d      ed1.    baked2.    tapped3.    cooked4.    broiled5.    steamed6.    avoided7. ...
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  1. 1. Pronunciation of final “ed” in regular verbs. Maribel Henriquez
  2. 2. • Worked• Burned• Wanted
  3. 3. • Worked – Work t• Burned – Burn d• Wanted – wanted
  4. 4. • Regular verbs in English are those that form their past tense by adding “ed” to them: work → worked burn → burned want → wanted This ___ “ed” can be pronounced three different ways: as a “t”, as a “d” or as “ed”, and it all depends on the sound right before ed, if this sound is voiced or unvoiced.
  5. 5. Voiced sound• A voiced sound is a sound where your vocal cords vibrate when you produce it.
  6. 6. Unvoiced sound• An unvoiced sound is a sound where your vocal cords do not vibrate when you produce it.
  7. 7. The voiced sounds are:• b • q• d • r• g • v• J • w• l • y• m • z• n • th
  8. 8. The unvoiced sounds are:• c • t• f • x• h• k • sh• p • ch• s • th
  9. 9. 3 rules:1. ___”ed” after voiced sounds = d rubbed → rubd turned → turnd crammed → cramd2. ___”ed” after unvoiced sounds = t barked → barkt stopped → stopt kissed → kisst3. ___”ed” after “t” or “d” = “ed” voided → voided wanted → wanted waited → waited
  10. 10. Warning!!!• Be careful with verbs that end in the letter “e”. Since final “e” is not pronounced in English, we have to go by the sound before that “e”. – Ex. wave → / final sound is “v”, which is a voiced sound, so waved would be pronounced wavd. Same thing happens with: Smile rake wade tame etc.
  11. 11. Your turn!ed” pronounced as t d ed1. baked2. tapped3. cooked4. broiled5. steamed6. avoided7. stunned8. painted9. carved10. begged11. evaded12. passed

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