Pronunciación Pasado Verbos Regulares

Recuerda: Cuando busque oraciones para encontrar los verbos para cambiar al tiempo pasado, asegúrese de haber encontrado los verbos. Son las palabras de acción.

 

Grupo A: Último sonido sin voz del infinitivo.

 

Si el infinitivo del verbo tiene un sonido sordo al final, como p, k, s, ch, sh, f, x, oh, pronuncias la terminación “ed” como una “T”. (Observa la pronunciación entre paréntesis. Es el sonido lo que determina el grupo al que pertenece una palabra, no siempre la letra escrita. Por ejemplo, aunque la danza termina con una -ce, su sonido es el de una s, por lo que está en este grupo sin voz.)

 

Example: Ask, asked = ask(T)
“-ed” as “T”
  • asked
  • baked
  • brushed
  • cooked
  • cracked
  • crashed
  • danced (da:ns) + t
  • dressed
  • dropped
  • escaped
  • finished
  • fixed
  • guessed
  • helped
  • hiked
  • hoped
  • joked
  • jumped
  • kissed
  • knocked
  • laughed (læf) + t
  • locked
  • looked
  • missed
  • mixed
  • packed
  • passed
  • picked
  • pressed
  • pronounced
  • pushed
  • relaxed
  • shopped
  • slipped
  • smoked
  • stopped
  • talked
  • typed
  • walked
  • washed
  • watched
  • worked
Example: Allow, allowed = allow(D)
“-ed” as “D” (recuerda que la “D” en inglés se parece a una “T” en español)
  • advised (ad’vaiz) + d
  • agreed
  • allowed
  • answered
  • appeared
  • arrived
  • believed
  • belonged
  • burned
  • called
  • carried
  • changed
  • cleaned
  • closed
  • covered
  • cried
  • damaged
  • described
  • died
  • dried
  • earned
  • encouraged
  • enjoyed
  • entered
  • explained
  • explored
  • filled
  • followed
  • happened
  • imagined
  • interviewed
  • jailed
  • killed
  • listened
  • lived
  • loved
  • measured
  • moved
  • opened
  • planned
  • played
  • performed
  • pulled
  • rained
  • realized
  • remembered
  • repaired
  • saved
  • shared
  • shaved
  • showed
  • signed
  • slammed
  • stayed
  • snowed
  • studied
  • traveled
  • tried
  • turned
  • used
  • welcomed
  • whispered
  • worried
  • yawned

 

Grupo C: T o D como último sonido del infinitivo.
Si el último sonido del verbo en infinitivo es una t o d, pronuncia la terminación “-ed” como “ID”. Ejemplo: necesidad, necesaria = necesidad (id)
“-ed” as “ID”

Example: Need, needed = need(id)

  • accepted
  • afforded
  • arrested
  • attended
  • collected
  • contacted
  • counted
  • decided
  • defended
  • demanded
  • divided
  • ended
  • expanded
  • expected
  • exported
  • flooded
  • graduated
  • hated
  • hunted
  • included
  • invented
  • invited
  • landed
  • needed
  • painted
  • planted
  • presented
  • pretended
  • printed
  • protected
  • provided
  • rented
  • repeated
  • reported
  • respected
  • rested
  • scolded
  • shouted
  • skated
  • started
  • treated
  • visited
  • waited
  • wanted
  • wasted

 

El PAST SIMPLE se confunde a menudo con el PRESENT PERFECT. Repasa el PRESENTE PERFECTO vs el PAST SIMPLE para ayudarte a probar tu comprensión de cuándo usar cada uno.

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