See above.If the present tense verb ends with the sound of a voiceless consonant sound, (k,p,s,x,ch,gh,sh), the pronunciation in past tense is /t/. As a general rule, that's true.
Some people said the 'ed' ending of 'received' should be pronounced /t/ , does it mean that the 've' is pronounced 'gh'?
Unless I'm reading this wrong, I don't agree. The "ed" in "received" sounds like a d, not a t.
Thanks for your help.
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