Teaching and reminding students about past tense endings is a never ending battle for an English language teacher. If you teach in countries like Thailand, it is like a boomerang, a problem that always comes back with many students. So this is an exercise to help students understand, practice or review the past tense endings and the different kinds of pronunciation for the “ed” endings of verbs with different spellings. Students sort the verbs into the appropriate column. Students then write some sentences which they can be asked to say out loud. Listen to the audio to practice and check pronunciation.
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This is an ESL exercise to help students understand the pronunciation of the final “s”. Students add the “s” endings and sort the words into the appropriate columns. Students then write some sentences which they can be asked to say out loud.
This is an ESL exercise to help students understand the different sounds of “ch” in the English language.
This is an ESL exercise to help students understand the pronunciation of the “th” sound. Students sort the words into the appropriate voiced and voiceless columns.
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