http://www.englishclub.com/vocabulary/regular-verbslist.

htm Pronunciation of the –ed sound at the end of regular verbs in the past.
Note that it is the sound that is important, not the letter or spelling. For example: "like" ends in the letter "e" but the sound is /k/

/t/ (generally voiceless sounds)
/f/ /k/ /p/ /s/ /ʃ/ (sh) /ʧ/ (ch) /ks/ (x) laughed (sound is /f/) /laft/ talked, liked, worked stopped, mapped passed, paced (sound is /s/) washed, brushed watched, matched mixed, fixed

/d/ (generally voiced sounds)
/b/ /g/ /l/ /m/ /n/ /r/ /v/ /z/ /ð/ (th) /ʤ/ (j) grabbed, subbed begged, pegged called, levelled dimmed, climbed (silent b) opened, pinned stirred, neared loved, paved amazed, lazed sunbathed, breathed aged, managed vowel sounds played, stayed, borrowed, overawed

/id/ (words ending in /t/ and /d/)
/d/ /t/ mended, added contented, painted

html .Exceptions: The following -ed words used as adjectives are pronounced with /id/: • • aged blesse d crook ed • • dogg ed learn ed naked • • • ragged wicked wretch ed • • What is the correct pronunciation of the following words? Smelled / / Called Rested / / Apologised / / Needed / / Wanted / / Amused / / Appeared / / Joked / / / / Walked / / Saved / / Bugged / / Asked / / Betrayed / / Bounced / / Battled / / Communicated / / Hoped / / Overflowed / / Possessed / / Vanished / / Charged / / Received / / Relaxed / / Argued / / Warmed / / Stroked / / Encouraged / / http://www.com/pr/t-d-Id-pattern.english-zone.html (exercise) http://evaeaston.com/convo/pron-ed1.

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