PRONUNCIATION OF REGULAR VERBS IN THE PAST: Regular verbs are pronounced in three different ways in their past form

. GROUP 1: INFINITIVE + / d / Verbs ending in voiced sound in the infinitive are followed by /d/ in the past. Please, listen and repeat ...
advise agree arrive believe burn call carry clean close change deliver die dry earn enjoy explain explore follow happen interview imagine listen advised agreed arrived believed burned called carried cleaned closed changed delivered died dried earned enjoyed explained explored followed happened aconsejar concordar llegar creer quemar llamar llevar limpiar cerrar cambiar entregar morir secar ganar ($) disfrutar explicar explorar seguir suceder live measure open play perform realize rain repair save share sign slam stay snow study try travel turn use whisper worry ― lived measured opened played vivir medir abrir jugar

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performed desempeñar realized rained repaired saved shared signed slammed stayed snowed studied tried travelled turned used darse cuenta llover reparar ahorrar, salvar compartir firmar cerrar (fuerte) permanecer nevar estudiar tratar viajar girar usar

interviewed entrevistar imagined listened imaginar escuchar

whispered susurrar worried ― preocuparse ―

GROUP 2: INFINITIVE + / t / Verbs ending in voiceless sound in the infinitive are followed by / t / in the past. Please, listen and repeat ...
ask bake cook dance dress drop escape finish fix guess help hope hike joke jump asked baked cooked danced dressed dropped escaped finished fixed guessed helped hoped hiked joked jumped preguntar hornear cocinar bailar vestirse dejar caer escapar terminar ajustar adivinar ayudar esperar ir a caminar bromear saltar laugh lock look miss pack press smoke stop shop talk type walk wash work ― laughed locked looked missed packed pressed smoked stopped shopped talked typed walked washed worked ― reír

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cerrar c/llave observar extrañar empacar presionar fumar parar ir de compras conversar tipear caminar lavar trabajar ―

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