We look at the specific pronunciation of “ed” in verbs this week.
There are 3 different ways of saying the “ed” sound at the end of verbs (“d”, “t” and “id”). We examine the different rules of pronunciation and, as always, drill these 3 sounds together. It’s our new Weekly English Workout for the week.
Check out the video and its downloadable material (clockworkenglish.pivotshare.com/media/your-weekly-english-workout-verbs-ending-in-ed). In the video, you will train your pronunciation and learn the rules of “ed”. In the audio practice, you will drill the sounds with examples from all categories. In the pdf handout, you will find a detailed explanation of the rules, how they work and a number of examples from the video and more.
Practice your English once a day with the audio practice and videos to train your facial muscles and your ears. We follow the exact same methodology for Russian and Chinese and the results are spectacular.