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Teacher-Created Worksheets

Level: Intermediate

Fundamentals of English Grammar Ch. 2

PRONUNCIATION OF REGULAR PAST TENSE VERBS 1. Pronounce / t / after all voiceless consonant sounds: / f, k, p, sh, ch, s, x, /, except / t /. 2. Pronounce / d / after all voiced consonant sounds: / b, g, j, l, m, n, r, v, z / and after vowels / a, e, i, o, u / , except / d /. 3. Pronounce / id / after / t / and / d /. /t/ ache ask cash check cook cough dance develop discuss dress endorse establish finish fish fix guess help hope introduce laugh like look miss park pass photograph pick practice produce promise pronounce publish push reach remark shop talk thank type

/d/ advise agree answer appear apply arrange assume believe belong borrow burn buzz call cancel carry change clean climb close confirm conquer consider continue control cool copy cover deliver describe destroy dial differ disappear double earn enable enjoy enter excuse

Pronunication of Regular Past Tense Verbs Contributed by Jorge Salas Correa, DuocUC

/ id / love mail measure mention move name offer open order owe own perform plan play please prefer prepare preserve propose prove pull rain raise realize receive refer refuse release remember remove repair reply require reserve return sail satisfy save seem

accept add afford anticipate appoint appreciate benefit collect complete create decide demand depend deposit distribute elect end estimate exaggerate expect explode float graduate heat imitate include insist interest invent irrigate land last mold need need omit paint participate pollute

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Teacher-Created Worksheets

Level: Intermediate

/t/ walk wash watch wish work

Fundamentals of English Grammar Ch. 2

/d/ explain favor fill flow follow gather handle happen hurry imagine improve increase join

Pronunication of Regular Past Tense Verbs Contributed by Jorge Salas Correa, DuocUC

/ id / serve shave shovel show smell smile snow spell stay suppose tie train travel

predict present provide recommend relate remind rent repeat represent respect rest sound start state

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Past tenses Pronunciation  

Pronunciation of regular past tense

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