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Name ________________________________

Go to  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zh_DM7qJGWo 

Read the rules for the pronunciation of regular verbs in the past.

I.                    When the regular ver ends in a vowel sound or voiced consonant sound (B, G,L, M, N, V, Y,  and Z), the –ED ending is pronunced /D/.

II.                 When the regular ver ends in an unvoiced consonant sound ( K, F, P, SH, CH  or X) the –ED ending is pronounced /T/.

III.               The –ED ending in pronounced /ID/ when the verb ends in the consonant sounds T and D.

 Now choose if the next verb is pronunced /D/,/T/,/ED/

Bowed    

 
Boxed    
 
Cracked  

 
Packaged 
 
rested   
 

afforded  

 

watched  
 
wanted  

Stayed  

 
Parked 
 
Recorded 
 
Raised 
 
Flooded 
 
 Saved 
 
 Showed  
 
demanded  

Sounded  

 
Needed 
 
 mailed  
 
covered  
 
answered 
 
caused   
 
 used    
 
added   

 

 

 

 

 

       


 

 

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