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See all Premium member Presentation Transcript Past Tense:Regular Verbs : Past Tense:Regular Verbs Listening / Pronunciation Kristi Reyes MiraCosta College Regular Verbs : Regular Verbs Regular verbs in past have final –ed Spelling: usually add –ed Spelling Rules for Regular Verbs : Spelling Rules for Regular Verbs Most regular verbs, add –ed to change to past tense: walk + ed listen + ed need + ed 1. close live 2. try dry hurry Rule 1: Final e, add d Rule 2: Final consonant + y, change y to i, + ed + d -y + ied Spelling Rules for Regular Verbs : Spelling Rules for Regular Verbs Most regular verbs, add –ed to change to past tense: walk listen need 1. close live 2. try dry hurry Rule 1: Final e, add d Rule 2: Final consonant + y, change y to i, + ed Spelling Rules for Regular Verbs : Spelling Rules for Regular Verbs 3. shop sob 4. prefer permit Rule 3: One-syllable verb with a consonant + vowel + consonant as final three letters, double the final consonant + ed Rule #5: Two syllable verb with final consonant + vowel + consonant and the last syllable is stressed, double final consonant + ed Remember: Don’t double letters w, x, or y ped bed red ted Online Practice : Online Practice Click this link to test yourself on the spelling of regular verbs in the past: Which spelling is correct? Pronunciation : Pronunciation -ed can be pronounced in the following ways: /t/ /d/ /id/ Pronunciation of -ed : Pronunciation of -ed Which is the correct pronunciation of the –ed in these regular verbs? Click to see. Three different pronunciations of -ed 1. /t/ 2. /d/ 3. /id/ Pronunciaton rule: Final /t/ or /d/ before –ed, pronounce –ed as /id/ liked stayed helped looked rained assisted closed watched called decided painted wanted Practice : Practice Listen to the pronunciation of the verbs as and repeat to practice your pronunciation Use the dictionary at http://msn.dictionary.com to look for the definitions of any words you don’t know Put on your headphones and get ready Verbs that have -ed : Verbs that have -ed -ed pronounced as /t/ /t/ pronunciation of -ed : /t/ pronunciation of -ed announced asked baked balanced brushed developed dressed dropped faxed fixed hopped hoped impressed increased influenced introduced liked locked missed packed parked passed practiced produced promised reduced relaxed replaced searched stopped talked washed watched worked Verbs that have -ed : Verbs that have -ed -ed pronounced as /d/ /d/ pronunciation of -ed : /d/ pronunciation of -ed allowed amused analyzed annoyed answered apologized appeared approved argued arranged arrived belonged boiled borrowed burned called carried caused changed cleaned closed complained /d/ pronunciation of -ed : /d/ pronunciation of -ed concerned confused considered contained continued copied covered damaged delivered described deserved destroyed fired followed formed fried happened hurried identified ignored imagined improved informed disagreed disappeared discovered emptied enjoyed entered examined excused exercised explained filed filled /d/ pronunciation of -ed : /d/ pronunciation of -ed paused planned played preferred pulled rained raised realized received recognized refused remained remembered learned lied listened lived managed measured moved observed offered opened ordered owed owned removed repaired served shared signed stayed supplied supposed surprised tied typed used worried Verbs that have -ed : Verbs that have -ed -ed pronounced as /id/ /id/ pronunciation of -ed : /id/ pronunciation of -ed applauded appreciated arrested collected communicated completed concentrated connected consisted corrected counted depended detected divided ended existed expected folded included interested interrupted invented /id/ pronunciation of -ed : /id/ pronunciation of -ed repeated reported requested separated started subtracted succeeded suggested supported traded trusted visited waited wanted invited needed painted parted pasted permitted planted prevented protected provided recorded regretted rejected reminded Test Yourself : Test Yourself Use these internet links to practice your listening / pronunciation of regular verbs in the past tense: http://evaeaston.com/pr/t-d-Id-pattern.html (this one takes a while to download, so be patient) http://perso.orange.fr/michel.barbot/hotpot/prononciation/ed.htm http://www.isabelperez.com/pastendings.htm Any questions? : Any questions? 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