REGULAR VERBS

There are no pronunciation rules for nouns in English, as a matter of fact, there's only one pronunciation rule and it applies to Regular Verbs. (ed ending)

In order to pronounce "ED" follow these easy to remember rules:

  1. Pronounced T when the verb ends in a voiceless sound. |K, S, SH, CH, P or F|

  2. Pronounced D when the verb end in a voiced sound |R, L, N, M, Z, Y, U or V|

  3. Pronounced as separate syllable when the verb ends in D or T

PAST PARTICIPLE

The past participle is the form of the verb that, in Spanish has the endings "ado" or "ido". It is always used with an auxiliary verb. The past participle of regular English verbs is formed just like the past of English by adding __ed or __d to the end of the verb