Struggling with the past tense: Verbal acquisition of -ed forms following monopthongs in verbs
from By Beth Crumpler
We are continuing the series on ELL pronunciation struggles with the past tense -ed. In this third part of the series, we are addressing verbal fluency of past tense -ed following monophthongs, one vowel sound in one syllable. Using -ed after a monophthong is much easier than when it comes after a diphthong. Regardless of which type of vowels -ed follows, students need to still understand how to pronounce them.
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