Words ending in ed are difficult.
There are three different ways to pronounce them
There are rules but I believe the best way to learn the pronounciation is by example. To listen! To copy. To practice.
I will post the rules but first watch this video. I hope it helps.
TODAY. YESTERDAY. TOMORROW.
Using the verb, ‘to go’
This is Lesson 8 of a conversational series of lessons for beginners.
Link to LESSON EIGHT
Lesson seven (7). Click on link below:
Lesson seven. Breakfast English.
How to ask questions and give answers about location.
For beginners of all ages.
Where is it? It is on the table.
Where are they? They are on the floor.
LESSON SEVEN. Breakfast English
For children. The weather. How I feel. It’s 🌨 snowing. I’m cold. Now it’s windy 💨. It’s blowing my hair. It’s sunny 🌞 I’m nice 👍 and warm. Per italiani: sta nevicando. Ho freddo. Ora è ventoso. Mi stanno soffiando i capelli. C’è il sole. Sono caldo
For very young children. With Italian translation.
Where is Georgie? Where is the spider?
In the box? Under the box?
Click on this link for the lesson: Where is Georgie. Where is the spider?
The verb: to like.
Learn how to say what foods you like and don’t like. New vocabulary plus revision of the material covered in the previous lessons.
With Italian translation.
For the full lesson click on this link: What do you like?