How to Pronounce with the Ed End Words

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Pronounciing “ed” Endiings
• “ed” endings may be pronounced in one of the following three ways: 1)) tt 2)) iid 3)) d
Note: There are several exceptions to the rules explained below. Each of the following words do not follow the “ed” ending rules. For these words, the “ed” ending is pronounced like “id”.
aged
blessed
crooked
dogged
learned
naked
ragged
wicked
wretched
1)) “ed” endings are pronounced “t” if the end of the word sounds like: K, S, Ch, Sh, F, P, Th
Example: I helped my mom make cookies yesterday.
• In this example, the end of the word “help” sounds like P. So, the “ed” ending is pronounced “t”.
Directions: Write your own sentences that use “ed” endings that sound like “t”. 1) _____________________________________________________________________ 2) _____________________________________________________________________ 2)) “ed” endings are pronounced “id” if the end of the word sounds like: T or D

Example: I wanted to go to the beach last weekend.
• In this example, the end of the word “want” sounds like T. So, the “ed” ending is pronounced “id”.
Directions: Write your own sentences that use “ed” endings that sound like “id”. 1) _____________________________________________________________________ 2) _____________________________________________________________________ 3)) “ed” endings are pronounced “d” for all other ending sounds: A, B, E, G, H, I , J, L, M, N, O, Q, R, U, V, W, X, Y, Z

Example: I played soccer this afternoon.
• In this example, the end of the word “play” sounds like Y. So, the “ed” ending is pronounced “d”.
Directions: Write your own sentences that use “ed” endings that sound like “d”. 1) _____________________________________________________________________ 2) _____________________________________________________________________ Directions: Pronounce the following “ed” endings. Write (T) for a “t” sound, (ID) for an “id” sound,...
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