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PRONUNCIATION OF REGULAR VERBS IN THE PAST: AUDIO

Regular verbs are pronounced in three different ways


in their past form.
GROUP 1: INFINITIVE + / d /
Verbs ending in voiced sound in the infinitive are
followed 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 are


followed 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
ir de
fix fixed ajustar shop shopped
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 ― ― ―