PRONUNCIATION OF -ED ENDINGS ( REVISION)

LISTEN TO THIS SONG. HOW ARE THE -ED ENDINGS PRONOUNCED?

LET´S WORK ON THE RULES!

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Posted on February 10, 2014, in CAN'T STOP THE MUSIC (SONGS), THE RAIN IN SPAIN ... (PRONUNCIATION). Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Hello Carmen, I think all the regular verbs of the song in their pronunciation finish with one -t (planned, used, kissed, liked) but I confuse with confused, I don’t know if it finish with -t or -d.

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  2. planned [d]
    BUT USED AND CONFUSED are difficult. If you check the phonetics you´ll find out that the final sound of the infinitive in both cases is [z] so the pronuncition of the past is [d]

    HOPE IT HELPS!
    CARMEN

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  3. HI CARMEN, I THINK THE ENDINGS OF THE REGULAR VERBS OF THE SONG ARE:

    PLANNED (D); KISSED (T); LIKED (T)

    SEE YOU ON MONDAY

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  4. YES, YOU ARE RIGHT BUT THERE ARE MORE -ED ENDINGS
    CU
    CARMEN

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