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Two Basic Rules for Pronouncing The -ED Ending

Saying a verb in the past-tense form can be challenging. Once you know which words to add an -ED, then you must learn that there are a variety of choices for pronouncing these two little added letters.Knowing these two basic rules will be a “game-changer” ( most important) for others to understand what you are saying to them.Get to know these two ways to pronounce -ED.  It will make a HUGE difference with your speaking.

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