Past Tense Regular Verbs
Here’s a funny thing about English – all regular past tense verbs end in –ed: walked, talked, showered, continued, approved… but none of them are actually pronounced ‘ed’! There are three types of sounds that regular past tense verbs make: ‘t’, ‘d’, and ‘id’.
Here is a link to a video giving a short explanation of regular past tense verbs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M7xIwAqy9I
The ‘t’ sound endings are the most common. One way to determine if the word will sound like ‘t’ is to look at the base verb. If it ends in p, k, s, ch, sh, f, x, or h, it will probably...