- Final "f"
- Final "v"
- Final "k"
- Final "g"
- Final "p"
- Final "b"
- Final "t"
- Final "d"
- Final "l"
- Final "r"
- Final "n"
- Final "m"
- Final "th"
The Pronunciation of "Ed" in Regular Verbs
- "Ed" = "t" after voiceless consonants
- "Ed" = "d" after voiced consonants
- "Ed" = "Id" after "t" or "d"
- Three Rules For The Pronunciation of "Ed"
The Pronunciation of "s" in plural nouns, the third person singular of verbs in the Present Simple Tense, and in Possessive using proper nouns.
- After Voiceless Consonants, "s" = /s/
- After Voiced Consonants, "s"= /z/
- After Sibilant Consonants, "s"=/Iz/
- Three Rules For The Pronunciation of "s"
The Pronunciation of Final Sibilant Consonants
The Pronunciation of Initial Consonants
The uses of the third form participle (past participle)
1. Present Perfect Tense
I've already seen that movie.
2. Past Perfect Tense
I didn't want to see that movie last night because I had already seen it
3 Passive Voice
Those patients will be seen by the doctor soon.
4. As An Adjective
This chair is broken. You shouldn't sit on it.
Here are links to the third form participle practices that we are studying in class:
Third Form Participles, a to c
Third Form Participles, c to f
Third Form Participles, f to l
Third Form Participles, l to r
Third Form Participles, r to s
Third Form Participles, s to t
Third Form Participles, t to w
Third Form Participles of Regular Verbs
Three Forms of The Verb: List
Irregular Verb Quiz #1
Irregular Verb Quiz #2
Irregular Verb Quiz #3