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What are the Spelling Rules for English Regular Verbs - ed?
What are the 3 sounds of the ed ending?

Spelling Rules for English Regular Verbs - ed
Good old regular verbs make the past form by adding -ed to the end of the root verb.
Look becomes looked, watch becomes watched, and laugh becomes laughed.
Okay, so there are some spelling rules to be considered when it comes to regular verbs and their -ed endings.
We’ll look at the rules here.

How to spell: drop the ‘e’ spelling rule?
We drop the ‘e’ when we add a vowel suffix to the root word

Practice the 3 sounds of the -ed ending, [t], [d] and [ɪd]

[t], [d] or [Id]? | -ed Past Tense | English Pronunciation
Learn why the -ed ending of past tense verbs in English is pronounced in three different ways: [t], [d] and [Id].
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