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 step five
-ED pronunciation is difficult. Listen, listen and listen again.
The Past Simple and Regular Verbs
Affirmative Negative Questions
I lived here I didn't live there Did I live here?
You lived here You didn't live there Did you live here?
She lived here She didn't live there Did she live here?
He lived here He didn't live there Did he live here?
It lived here It didn't live there Did it live here?
We lived here We didn't live there Did we live here?
You lived here You didn't live there Did you live here?
They lived here They didn't live there Did they live here?

ask asked

study studied

love loved

-ED Pronunciation

vowel sound

voiced consonant

unvoiced consonant

/d/

/t/

agreeagreed

callcalled

askasked

addadded

acceptaccepted

copy

change

finish

avoid

attract

enjoy

clean

help

decide

count

play

live

laugh

depend

invite

show

listen

like

end

print

study

move

look

include

transport

try

rain

promise

land

wait

worry

smile

work

need

want

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oral Exercise - making questions in the past simple with regular verbs
Listening about JK Rowling
 
 
  Ordinal Numbers
1st first
2nd second
3rd third
4th fourth
5th fifth
6th sixth
10th tenth
11th eleventh
22nd twenty-second
31st thirty-first

 

Common Regular Verbs
ask asked
call called
cause caused
help helped
like liked
live lived
look looked
play played
show showed
want wanted
 
The Date
6th November... the sixth of April
14th August
29th October
24th July
5th May
3rd September
1st April
15th March