Pronunciation of Regular Past Tense Verbs - Answer Sheet

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The Pronunciation of the Past Simple and Past Participle of Regular Verbs 

 

Place the verbs in the boxes below into the correct columns to show the correct 

pronunciation of the –ed ending. 

 

 

acted advised 

believed 

complicated cried 

dated 

denied decided deserved 

discussed expected  faced 

grieved hated  inflated 

inspired jumped  kicked 

kissed liked  matched 

missed moved needed 

offended offered  played 

punished seized 

threatened 

veiled  

wanted 

washed 

 

 

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advised   

 

 

dated 

 

 

acted 

 believed 

   faced 

  complicated 

 

 cried 

   jumped 

  decided 

  

 denied 

   kicked 

  expected  

 deserved   kissed 

  hated 

  

 discussed   liked 

  inflated 

  

 grieved 

   matched 

  needed 

  

 inspired 

   missed 

  offended  

 moved 

   punished  needed 

  

 offered 

   washed 

  offended  

 

played   

 

 

 

 

 

wanted   

 

 

seized   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

threatened 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

veiled