Unformatted text preview: the end of the base form of the verb (before you add –ed to the verb). This tells us if the verb ending should be pronounced as a /t/ or a /d/. In order to distinguish the /t/ from /d/ sound, when there is a vibration in their throat when they say the word, then the ending is pronounced as a /t/, but if there is no vibration present, then the ending is pronounced as a /d/....
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- Spring '08
- Grammatical tense, past tense verb, past tense verbs, Andrea Kam, unvoiced -ed ending