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Past tense of regular verbs - MORE PRACTICE NEEDED!

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Regular verbs in English add “ed” to show past tense.

So “walk” becomes “walked”, “cook” becomes “cooked”, etc.

There are three ways the “ed” can be pronounced. In this podcast we will—again—practice verbs where the past tense ends with the /t/ sound. So in #1, look becomes looked [lookt] and drop becomes dropped [drohpt].

Note: this podcast includes several synthetic voices. (Due to a bad cold and sore throat, my voice is on vacation.)
If you need to practice this podcast,
then you should also practice this one with the /d/ sound.

1 . I looked for my phone but apparently I had dropped it into the lake.

2 . We baked an apple pie and I brushed some butter on the crust.

3 . I cracked some eggs into the pan and we cooked breakfast.

4 . I kissed her hand and she dropped me a curtsy.

5 . He finished work at six and then hiked home.

6 . The prisoner jumped out the window and escaped.

7 . I guessed what was wrong and then I fixed his car.

8 . My uncle laughed as he smoked a cigar.

9 . My sister and I talked as we shopped.

10 . The man stopped and looked out the window.

11 . Mr. Jones slipped on the ice, fell down, and knocked himself out.

12 . He picked some flowers for his mother and pressed them into her hand.

13 . We locked the door and hoped there were no burglars around.

14 . The ballerina danced like an angel.

15 . His car crashed into a tree.

16 . What a crowd of people! The room was packed.

17 . I missed the bus so I walked home from work.

18 . I pushed the baby carriage. We passed lots of other carriages. So many babies!

19 . He joked with me as he dressed in a tuxedo.

20 . I relaxed and watched the men working across the street.

21 . I thanked the doctor for his help.

22 . She peeked into the oven. The cake was not baked yet.

23 . I touched him on the shoulder and he jumped.

24 . I passed him my binoculars so he could look at the lion.

25 . Our websites are now linked.

If you're listening to this, I assume you've practiced most or all of the sentences in this podcast. And if you've done that, you must believe it's helping you to improve your English. That's great!

But Barry has a question for you: should this podcast be free? It's not free for him to create: it takes time to write and record, often 2-3 hours per podcast. He pays monthly fees to the company that hosts the podcasts. He pays monthly fees for the software that he uses to record and edit the software.

As a business, this podcast is a failure. The money it costs Barry is much greater than the few dollars he gets every month from supporters. And that’s why he’s thinking of stopping. If you care, become a supporter or at least donate by buying the occasional cup of coffee. If you don’t care, then stopping the podcast won’t make any difference—except that Barry will have more free time.

If you’d like to share your thoughts, please use the link at the top of the podcast text. And if you’re wondering why Barry didn’t record this in his own voice, it’s because he has a terrible cold and no voice to record with.

Intro & Outro Music: La Pompe Du Trompe by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com

Support the Show.

You can now support my podcasts and classes:
Help Barry pay for podcast expenses--thank you!

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Send me a text message. Suggestions? Subjects for future podcasts? Let me know--thanks!

Regular verbs in English add “ed” to show past tense.

So “walk” becomes “walked”, “cook” becomes “cooked”, etc.

There are three ways the “ed” can be pronounced. In this podcast we will—again—practice verbs where the past tense ends with the /t/ sound. So in #1, look becomes looked [lookt] and drop becomes dropped [drohpt].

Note: this podcast includes several synthetic voices. (Due to a bad cold and sore throat, my voice is on vacation.)
If you need to practice this podcast,
then you should also practice this one with the /d/ sound.

1 . I looked for my phone but apparently I had dropped it into the lake.

2 . We baked an apple pie and I brushed some butter on the crust.

3 . I cracked some eggs into the pan and we cooked breakfast.

4 . I kissed her hand and she dropped me a curtsy.

5 . He finished work at six and then hiked home.

6 . The prisoner jumped out the window and escaped.

7 . I guessed what was wrong and then I fixed his car.

8 . My uncle laughed as he smoked a cigar.

9 . My sister and I talked as we shopped.

10 . The man stopped and looked out the window.

11 . Mr. Jones slipped on the ice, fell down, and knocked himself out.

12 . He picked some flowers for his mother and pressed them into her hand.

13 . We locked the door and hoped there were no burglars around.

14 . The ballerina danced like an angel.

15 . His car crashed into a tree.

16 . What a crowd of people! The room was packed.

17 . I missed the bus so I walked home from work.

18 . I pushed the baby carriage. We passed lots of other carriages. So many babies!

19 . He joked with me as he dressed in a tuxedo.

20 . I relaxed and watched the men working across the street.

21 . I thanked the doctor for his help.

22 . She peeked into the oven. The cake was not baked yet.

23 . I touched him on the shoulder and he jumped.

24 . I passed him my binoculars so he could look at the lion.

25 . Our websites are now linked.

If you're listening to this, I assume you've practiced most or all of the sentences in this podcast. And if you've done that, you must believe it's helping you to improve your English. That's great!

But Barry has a question for you: should this podcast be free? It's not free for him to create: it takes time to write and record, often 2-3 hours per podcast. He pays monthly fees to the company that hosts the podcasts. He pays monthly fees for the software that he uses to record and edit the software.

As a business, this podcast is a failure. The money it costs Barry is much greater than the few dollars he gets every month from supporters. And that’s why he’s thinking of stopping. If you care, become a supporter or at least donate by buying the occasional cup of coffee. If you don’t care, then stopping the podcast won’t make any difference—except that Barry will have more free time.

If you’d like to share your thoughts, please use the link at the top of the podcast text. And if you’re wondering why Barry didn’t record this in his own voice, it’s because he has a terrible cold and no voice to record with.

Intro & Outro Music: La Pompe Du Trompe by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com

Support the Show.

You can now support my podcasts and classes:
Help Barry pay for podcast expenses--thank you!

  continue reading

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