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How to pronounce -ed | Simple Past suffix pronunciation| American English
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Pronunciation of ‘ed’ verb endings in Past Simple tense
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Pronunciation of ‘ed’ verb endings in Past Simple tense

Today we are going to look again at one of your comments, this time about the past tense and the pronunciation of the ‘ed’ verb endings. (Sorry if geth pronunciation wrong here but) Albogusgus asks: Do you have any videos

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-ED Ending Pronunciation – How to Pronounce Past Tense Verbs
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-ED Ending Pronunciation – How to Pronounce Past Tense Verbs

Hey it’s Anita here from Magoosh. Here to clear up all your confusion about how to pronounce English words that end in “ed.” We’re talking past tense, we’re talking past participles, and we’re talking adjectives that end in “ed.” Knowing

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English Pronunciation |  How to Pronounce Past Tense -ED Endings
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English Pronunciation | How to Pronounce Past Tense -ED Endings

We are looking at the pronunciation for the past simple regular verb -ed endings. Now there are three different ways to pronounce the -ed ending. /t/ /d/ and /id/ but don’t worry Eat Sleep Dreamers, I’m here to help you

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Fun English: 16 HOMOPHONES & Past Simple Verbs
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Fun English: 16 HOMOPHONES & Past Simple Verbs

Hello. Homophones, homophones, homophones. I love homophones. Do you know what a “homophone” is? A “homophone” is really fun in English, and important because it teaches you pronunciation and also a bonus. The bonus is you get to say one

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ED Pronunciation – How to pronounce the past simple and participle!
Learn English: 17 HOMOPHONES & Past Participles
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Learn English: 17 HOMOPHONES & Past Participles

Hi, guys. I want to teach you something that I think is fucking amazing: they’re homophones. Woo-hoo. Do you know what “homophones” are? If you speak any of the Latin languages, so Portuguese, or Italian, French, or Spanish – you

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21st century & 20th Century pronunciation | American English