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        "ed" at the End of Words | The Electric Company English Language Learners

        The pronunciation of “-ed” at the end of words (to form the past tense) can cause problems for Emergent Bilinguals. That’s because it can sound different ways: /d/ and /t/! In this lesson, kids watch three different silly segments exploring the –ed ending. This gives them an opportunity to focus on the sound and concept of past tense, then explore several ways to pronounce the –ed ending.

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