Past Tense Ending -ed

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The suffix -ed changes the verb to past tense, but how do you pronounce the words? Listen and repeat the words and sentences to practice saying them correctly.

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Past Tense Ending: -edSometimes -ed sounds like “t.”Sometimes -ed sounds like “d.”Sometimes -ed sounds like “ed.”Listen and practice saying the words and sentences! : 

Past Tense Ending: -edSometimes -ed sounds like “t.”Sometimes -ed sounds like “d.”Sometimes -ed sounds like “ed.”Listen and practice saying the words and sentences!

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jumped He jumped over the leaves.

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played She played with her yo-yo.

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kicked He kicked the soccer ball.

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pulled He pulled gum out of his hair.

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shouted He shouted, “This is fun!”

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watched They watched TV.

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colored She colored a sun.

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counted He counted the blocks.

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looked He looked at the bugs.

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cleaned He cleaned his bedroom.

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tasted The ice cream tasted yummy.

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brushed She brushed her teeth.

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listened He listened to music.

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needed She needed some water.

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rained It rained yesterday.

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waited She waited for her turn.

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