REGULAR VERBS in English

List of REGULAR VERBS in English with pronunciation

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Regular verbs in English are a piece of cake … you just have to add ‘-ed’ to the past form and the participle, right? :mrgreen: 

INFINITIVE

PAST

PARTICIPLE

play play+ed play+ed

Well, actually, the rule is not that easy … depending on the verb, and it will be formed one way or another.

Pronunciation of regular verbs (with ‘ed’) in English

But of course, that’s super easy… what really drives us crazy is learning to pronounce regular verbs correctly, but this, my friend, is only achieved with practice.

The pronunciation rule for regular verbs is actually quite simple, but when we are in the thick of it in the middle of a conversation in English is when all doubts assail us… how should the past tense of ‘work’ be pronounced? ‘? Workt or worked, workd or workid?

What I’m going to give you here are the pronunciation rules for regular verbs in the past and participle and a list of REGULAR VERBS in English including the pronunciation of ‘-ed’ that corresponds to it (t,d or id), but the dirty work of listening, learning and practising it is all yours;)

These are the three possible pronunciations of Regular Verbs in English:

You pronounce: ‘ed’–> /t/ ‘ed’–> /d/ ‘ed’–> /id/
In words that end with: Unvoiced sounds:

p, k, ch, sh, s, f, h y θ

Voiced sounds:

Vowels y consonants b, g, z, v, m, n, l, r, w, j, ð

 

‘t’ o ‘d’

Example Dance /dɑːns/

Danced /dɑːnst/

Opened /ˈəʊpən /

Opened /ˈəʊpənd/

Paint /peɪnt/

Painted /ˈpeɪntɪd/

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List of REGULAR VERBS in English with pronunciation:

INFINITIVE

PAST & PARTICIPLE

PHONETIC

TRANSCRIPTION

PRONUNCIATION

Act Acted ˈæktɪd id
Add Added ˈædɪd id
Ask Asked ɑːskt t
Answer Answered ˈɑːnsəd d
Arrive Arrived əˈraɪvd d
Brush Brushed brʌʃt t
Belong Belonged bɪˈlɒŋd d
Beg Begged bɛgd d
Believe Believed bɪˈliːvd d
Close Closed kləʊzd d
Cook Cooked kʊkt t
Call Called kɔːld d
Change Changed ʧeɪnʤd d
Charge Charged ʧɑːʤd d
Clean Cleaned kliːnd d
Cry Cried kraɪd d
Dance Danced dɑːnst t
Dress Dressed drɛst t
Die Died daɪd d
Dry Dried draɪd d
Enjoy Enjoyed ɪnˈʤɔɪd d
Explain Explained ɪksˈpleɪnd d
Follow Followed ˈfɒləʊd d
Finish Finished ˈfɪnɪʃt t
Help Helped hɛlpt t
Hope Hoped həʊpt t
Happen Happened ˈhæpənd d
Imagine Imagined ɪˈmæʤɪnd d
Kiss Kissed kɪst t
Kill Killed kɪld d
Laugh Laughed lɑːft t
Like Liked laɪkt t
Look Looked lʊkt t
Miss Missed mɪst t
Marry Married ˈmærɪd d
Open Opened ˈəʊpənd d
Play Played pleɪd d
Prefer Prefered priˈfɜːd d
Promise Promised ˈprɒmɪst t
Repeat Repeated rɪˈpiːtɪd id
Rain Rained reɪnd d
Remember Remembered rɪˈmɛmbəd d
Smile Smiled smaɪld d
Study Studied ˈstʌdɪd d
Smoke Smoked sməʊkt t
Stop Stopped stɒpt t
Talk Talked tɔːkt t
Thank Thanked θæŋkt t
Touch Touched tʌʧt t
Use Used juːzd d
Visit Visited ˈvɪzɪtɪd id
Wait Waited ˈweɪtɪd id
Want Wanted ˈwɒntɪd id
Walk Walked wɔːkt t
Wash Washed wɒʃt t
Watch Watched wɒʧt t
Wish Wished wɪʃt t
Work Worked wɜːkt t

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