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TEFL TEACHING PRONUNCIATION - TEACHING PAST SIMPLE-PAST PARTICIPLE TO ELEMENTARY LEARNERS

eBook (PDF), 9 Pages
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Tutorial for: Here are the rules of pronunciation for the past simple/past participle ending of regular verbs 'ed': • if the 'ed' ending follows a voiced consonant, such as /v/ or /m/ or /g/, it is pronounced /d/ • if the 'ed' ending follows an unvoiced consonant, such as /f/ or or /k/, it is pronounced /t/ • if the 'ed' ending follows /d/ or /t/, it is pronounced /Id/ How would you teach these rules to a class of elementary learners whom you are teaching the past simple regular forms? Keep in mind the techniques described above. Remember to include examples, i.e. a complete list (lists) of words you will present to your students.
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Published
August 6, 2013
Language
English
Pages
9
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PDF
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105.75 KB

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