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Pronunciation of "ed' suffix for regular verbs I found on the web, that the correct pronounciation for regular verbs with ed, is "/d/" for verbs in infinitive mood that end in a voiced sound, while unvoiced is "/t/" and for verbs that end in "/t/" or "/d/" is "/Id/". Shall I use "/d/" for verbs that end with any vowel sound, except "schwa"?
Jan 19, 2017 12:01 AM
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use "/d/" for verbs that end with all vowel sounds, including "schwa"? If you always pronounce the /r/ rhotically (like most Americans, but unlike most English people), then you will not find infinitives which end in a schwa sound.
January 19, 2017
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