Pronunciation of Regular Verbs in the Past

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PRONUNCIATION OF REGULAR VERBS IN THE PAST: Regular verbs are pronounced in three different ways in their past form. AUDIO GROUP 1: INFINITIVE + / d / Verbs ending in voiced sound in the infinitive are followed by /d/ in the past. Please, listen and repeat ... advise agree arrive believe burn call carry clean close change deliver die dry earn enjoy explain explore follow happen interview advised agreed arrived believed burned called carried cleaned closed changed delivered died dried earned enjo
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  PRONUNCIATION OF REGULAR VERBS IN THE PAST: Regular verbs are pronounced in three different ways intheir past form. AUDIO GROUP 1: INFINITIVE +  / d  /Verbs ending in voiced sound in the infinitive arefollowed by   / d /   in the past. Please, listen and repeat ... advise advised aconsejar  live lived vivir  agree agreed concordar  measure measured medir  arrive arrived llegar  open opened abrir  believe believed creer  play played jugar  burn burned quemar  perform performed desempeñar  call called llamar  realize realized darse cuenta carry carried llevar  rain rained llover  clean cleaned limpiar  repair repaired reparar  close closed cerrar  save saved ahorrar, salvar  change changed cambiar  share shared compartir  deliver delivered entregar  sign signed firmar  die died morir  slam slammed cerrar (fuerte) dry dried secar  stay stayed permanecer  earn earned ganar ($) snow snowed nevar  enjoy enjoyed disfrutar  study studied estudiar  explain explained explicar  try tried tratar  explore explored explorar  travel travelled viajar  follow followed seguir  turn turned girar  happen happened suceder  use used usar  interview interviewed entrevistar  whisper whispered susurrar   imagine imagined imaginar  worry worried preocuparse listen listened escuchar  ― ― ― GROUP 2: INFINITIVE +  / t  / AUDIO Verbs ending in voiceless sound in the infinitive arefollowed   by   /   t   /   in the past. Please,   listen and repeat ... ask asked preguntar  laugh laughed reír  bake baked hornear  lock locked cerrar c/llave cook cooked cocinar  look looked observar  dance danced bailar  miss missed extrañar  dress dressed vestirse pack packed empacar  drop dropped dejar caer  press pressed presionar  escape escaped escapar  smoke smoked fumar  finish finished terminar  stop stopped parar  fixed ajustar  shop shopped ir de compras guess guessed adivinar  talk talked conversar  help helped ayudar  type typed tipear  hope hoped esperar  walk walked caminar  hike hiked ir a caminar  wash washed lavar   joke joked bromear  work worked trabajar   jump jumped saltar  ― ― ―  GROUP 3: INFINITIVE +  / id  / AUDIO Verbs ending in / t / and / d / sounds in the infinitive arethen followed by /  id / in the past. Please, listen and repeat... attend attended asistir  print printed imprimir  arrest arrested arrestar  pretend pretended fingir  collect collected reunir  protect protected proteger  count counted contar  provide provided proveer  decide decided decidir  repeat repeated repetir  divide divided dividir  report reported informar  hunt hunted cazar  respect respected respetar  invite invited invitar  rest rested descansar  invent invented inventar  start started empezar  land landed aterrizar  shout shouted gritar  need needed necesitar  wait waited esperar  paint painted pintar  want wanted querer 
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