This post clearly shows the pronunciation rule for the ‘ed’ endings in English.
Hi Teachers and Visitors to this website. This is a re-post from an earlier entry. We felt it got lost there so here it is again. Enjoy! Plural ‘s’ in… Read more To /s/ /z/ or /ɪz/: Plural ‘-s’ Endings in English →
In this week’s article we focus on the /d/ sound (you can hear this in words such as ‘dog’, ‘puddle’, ‘bird’) and how this can sometimes sound more like a… Read more When /d/ becomes /ʤ/ →
Welcome back teachers! In this article we focus on how /t/ can sometimes sound more like /ʧ/. In English, /t/ is usually represented by the letter ‘t’ such as… Read more When /t/ becomes /ʧ/ →
Hi teachers. Today we focus on a different sound, the sound /st/ in final position (at the end of a word). We can find this in words such as… Read more When /st/ becomes /ʃ/ →
Continuing the theme of how sounds in English can change, today we focus on the sound /z/, mainly represented by the letter ‘z’ like in ‘zebra’, ‘zigzag’ and ‘maze’.… Read more When /z/ becomes /ʒ/ →
In this short article we will focus on two very familiar sounds in English: /p/, represented by the letter ‘p’ in words like ‘pen’, ‘paper’, ‘papaya’ and /b/, represented… Read more When /p/ becomes /b/ →
Here we continue with the interesting /n/ sound in English. If you missed our first post about /n/ you can check out the Blog ‘When /n/ becomes /m/’. In English,… Read more When /n/ becomes /ŋ/ →