[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In English we add an “ED” to verbs to make them past tense or a past participle (verb acting like an adjective). When a verb is modified by adding an “ED” ending use the “T or D” sound according to the following rule:
Say “ID when the word ends in a t or d sound.
Say “D when the word ends in a vowel or other voiced sound like the m, n, ng, l, b, d, g, v, th, r, z, zh, or j sound.
Say “T when the word ends in a voiceless sound like a p, k, f, or sh sound.