The simple past tense in English is not always easy to pronounce. There are 3 choices:
A common practice for non-English speakers is to always use the ED ending when they see words like
looked, walked, jumped. They will commonly say - look -ed, walk - ed, jump-ed. BUT... in actuality these words are actually pronounced lookt, walkt, and jumpt.
There is a rule that will help when trying to decide which pronunciation is correct.
headed is pronounced: head - ed
patted - pat - ed
rounded is round -ed
turned - turnd
walked - walkt
baked - bakt
seated - seat -ed
Can you find the rule? :-)
1."ed" for words that ends with "t,d"
2."t" for words that ends with "k,p,f,s,ch,sh"
3."d" for other words
Yes you are right, But I am always to be nature as possible as I can that base on basical learning.
I found that it is uncomfortable to pronounce and want to be comfortable then I am like native speaker.
It works on many sides I found.