Pronunciation: -ed Endings in Regular Simple Past and Past Participle Verbs

  You can listen to the audio here while you read. The past simple tense and past participle of all regular verbs end in -ed, for example, walked, stayed, laughed, etc. The question is how do we pronounce the -ed? The answer is, we can pronounce it in 3 ways: /ɪd/ /t/ /d/   If the… Read More Pronunciation: -ed Endings in Regular Simple Past and Past Participle Verbs

Grammar Lesson: Parts of Speech

  In order to learn speaking and writing English language correctly, it is essential to recognize how to construct a correct sentence structure; therefore, we need to understand the components of a sentence; the important eight parts of the English language which are: nouns, verbs, helping verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions and interjections. 1. NOUNS… Read More Grammar Lesson: Parts of Speech