该课程是Paul S Gruber 保罗格罗博士，美国英语发音主教练录制的视频教程。
Make sure that the final sounds in your words come through clearly and fully. Don’t drop off or shorten the endings!
I hope the group will sleep on the ship.
The soda pop spilled out of the cup, over the map and onto her lap.
Was the Egg Drop Soup cheap?
We cleaned the cobweb from the doorknob in the bathtub.
Rob broke his golf club when he slipped on the ice cube.
The crab was under the cement slab at the yacht club.
The ticket stub was found in the taxicab.
Kate left her cat on the mat as she flew a kite.
The sailboat came into the port to join the fleet.
What bait will make the fish bite? A cricket or a piece of meat?
Fred will decide which sled should be painted red.
David tried to send a refund back to England.
He could not hide his report card behind the chalk board.
Three rules for ED endings
Many verbs that are in the past tense end in ED. (Example: Today I walk, yesterday I walked)
If a word ends in an unvoiced consonant, when adding ED, just add an Unvoiced T
Today I jump, yesterday I jumped. (pronounced jump T)
Today I walk, yesterday I walked. (pronounced walk T)
If a word ends in a voiced consonant, add a Voiced D
Today I rub, yesterday I rubbed. (pronounced rub-D)
I cleaned the kitchen.
I poured the milk.
I scrubbed the floor.
I tagged the clothing.
I spilled some juice.
I trimmed the tree.
I moved to California. The clock buzzed all night.
If a word ends in a T or a D sound, we add a Voiced ED
Today, I lift the ball. Yesterday, I lifted the ball.
I heated up my dinner.
He voted this morning.
He handed me his report.
I traded in my old car.
She added some information.
All voiced D endings are underlined to help you remember to add voicing.
Bob raked the leaves and then started to wash his car. He then loaded up the dishwasher and finished washing his dishes.
Susan spilled her drink on the spotted rug. She cleaned it up with a napkin, which wasted a lot of time.
He thanked me and offered me money, if I picked up the used equipment.
【Three Nasal Sounds: M N NG】
Practice Ng endings
I have a feeling that she is working too much.
She has been wearing a hearing aid so that she could sing.
He is looking forward to speaking at the Thanksgiving celebration.