Marco Brainiac escreveu:a pronúncia de used= "iust " e get used = "guet iust" ou "gue iust" ( acho a segunda melhor de falar)
podem ser dessa forma?
coloquei um som aportuguesado, para ter uma idéia melhor
The pronunciation of -ed in English depends on the environment surrounding the -ed. voiced and unvoiced consonants influence the d to be pronounced voiceless surdo, too.
If it is preceeded by a k, p, or s, it sounds like a t (is voiceless). If proceeded by a vowel it is pronounced like a d (is voiced). a Anna'd do it. (short for Anna would do it.) b absorbed c (see entries for k and s, hard and soft c) ch watched, botched d headed e lead f staffed, laughed g tagged, bagged h hahah-ed, ph-ed (Although there are words that end with the letter "H" such as "which" or "graph", there are really no words that end with an h that makes the /h/ sound http://www.kidzone.ws/kindergarten/index-ends1.htm). i rabid j binged, avenged K linked l lulled, milled, filled m bombed, combed, "homed in on" n send, summoned, cloned, but mended (mended has 2 syllables) ng wronged o mowed I mowed the lawn. p camped ph graphed q talaqed (Talaq: A method of divorce in Islamic law, There are no words in the English language that end with the letter Q. http://www.kidzone.ws/kindergarten/index-ends1.htm) r fired s blessed, least (also see z for voiced s) sh hashed, clashed, splashed t listed th writhed, breathed u glued v lived w showed x exted-out (spelling?) y words that end in y change the wovel to i when d is added. Fry --> fried z pleased
Listening exercise: Listen to determine if the final 'd' is voiced or voiceless: