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Helpful tips: Regular verbs pronunciation

There are two verb forms in the past simple: regular and irregular verbs. Remember!

All regular verbs end in “-ed”. It’s simple, right?

But… that “-ed” is pronounced in three different ways.

Check this out!




/id/

Pronounce “-ed” as /id/

Infinitive

Past Simple

Past Participle

accept

accepted /id/

accepted /id/

count

counted /id/

counted /id/

date

dated /id/

dated /id/

end

ended /id/

ended /id/

expect

expected /id/

expected /id/

intend

intended /id/

intended /id/

need

needed /id/

needed /id/

plant

planted /id/

planted /id/

point

pointed /id/

pointed /id/

rent

rented /id/

rented /id/

repeat

repeated /id/

repeated /id/

resist

resisted /id/

resisted /id/

start

started /id/

started /id/

visit

visited /id/

visited /id/

wait

waited /id/

waited /id/

want

wanted /id/

wanted /id/

/t/

Pronounce “-ed” as /t/


Infinitive

Past Simple

Past Participle

ask

asked /t/

asked /t/

cook

cooked /t/

cooked /t/

dance

danced /t/

danced /t/

dress

dressed /t/

dressed /t/

erase

erased /t/

erased /t/

finish

finished /t/

finished /t/

help

helped /t/

helped /t/

jump

jumped /t/

jumped /t/

like

liked /t/

liked /t/

look

looked /t/

looked /t/

miss

missed /t/

missed /t/

practice

practiced /t/

practiced /t/

push

pushed /t/

pushed /t/

shop

shopped /t/

shopped /t/

smoke

smoked /t/

smoked /t/

stop

stopped /t/

stopped /t/

talk

talked /t/

talked /t/

use

used /t/

used /t/

walk

walked /t/

walked /t/

wash

washed /t/

washed /t/

wish

wished /t/

wished /t/

work

worked /t/

worked /t/

/d/

Pronounce “-ed” as /d/


Infinitive

Past Simple

Past Participle

answer

answered /d/

answered /d/

arrive

arrived /d/

arrived /d/

belong

belonged /d/

belonged /d/

change

changed /d/

changed /d/

clean

cleaned /d/

cleaned /d/

climb

climbed /d/

climbed /d/

close

closed /d/

closed /d/

consider

considered /d/

considered /d/

dare

dared /d/

dared /d/

deliver

delivered/d/

delivered/d/

enjoy

enjoyed /d/

enjoyed /d/

fill

filled /d/

filled /d/

follow

followed/d/

followed/d/

hurry

hurried /d/

hurried /d/

learn

learned /d/

learned /d/

listen

listened /d/

listened /d/

live

lived /d/

lived /d/

love

loved /d/

loved /d/

name

named /d/

named /d/

open

opened /d/

opened /d/

order

ordered /d/

ordered /d/

plan

planed /d/

planed /d/

play

played /d/

played /d/

rain

rained /d/

rained /d/

remember

remembered /d/

remembered /d/

show

showed /d/

showed /d/

stay

stayed /d/

stayed /d/

study

studied /d/

studied /d/

travel

traveled /d/

traveled /d/

try

tried /d/

tried /d/

turn

turned /d/

turned /d/

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