2013-08-06Why wrong: In French, most final consonants aren’t pronounced. This can create confusion if you don’t pronounce -ed endings in English, with people possibly understanding the present instead of the past, a verb instead of an adjective or two verbs instead of one. For more information, click here. To be taken seriously…

Correct it: For words that end with v sound before the ed, the -ed should be pronounced like –de. Don’t add an extra syllable. Say “I’ve always believed in hard work”.

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Saying “I’ve always believe in hard work.”
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Saying “I’ve always believe in hard work.”