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    Prounciation rules for ®ed®.

    Is there ANY rule to explain why in certain words ®ed® is pronounced as a ®t® (most of the time) - eg; ®placed®, but in certain cases the ®ed®is pronounced as ®ed® - ®anticipated® ? - Thanks in advance

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    Post Re: Prounciation rules for ®ed®.

    Quote Originally Posted by stephencanning View Post
    Is there ANY rule to explain why in certain words ®ed® is pronounced as a ®t® (most of the time) - eg; ®placed®, but in certain cases the ®ed®is pronounced as ®ed® - ®anticipated® ? - Thanks in advance
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