3 Simple Pronunciation Tips 馃槑 Past Tense English Verbs



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Did you know that the -ed of wantED, askED and lovED are all pronounced differently in English?
It sounds difficult… Complicated! I promise it’s not!
In this pronunciation lesson, I’ll share three simple rules to help you pronounce past tense regular verbs correctly and sound more natural when you speak English!

Note: My video lessons are created to help English learners to improve their pronunciation and speaking skills. My instruction is intended to support their communication, not train them to a particular accent (& yes, there are many variations in English accents)! Please note that I speak with an Australian English accent.

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