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192 COMMENTS

Thanks ever such a lot ……it’s really a goog lesson ………

leelian

    HI Jon i just wanna you really apprecciatte the time you take up for make this amusing lesson , really a millions of thanks and one doubt Jon Why do ya put in a one parenthetical in “J”! THNKS.

    ulysses90210

thank you Jon that helped me a lot :)

mimiss25

itz very usefull….for executing ma dream…to speak english….great job sir.

Najath Muhammed

woow its a good one !
thank you
u make it easer i just need some pracites
i want ask u plz is it always “gh” Pronounce
as “F”?

thank you again

joy

    No. For example, the word ‘though’ is not pronounced as if it were an f sound, yet ‘cough’ is.

    Jon

Just seeing the title of the above lesson, i think it is easy, but i scored 2 out of 4 . Tks Jon!

Hong

That’s a good lesson. Thank you Jon!

boysa2610

thank u so much it’s very helppful

abdullah

Thanks teacher jon this lessons are always wellcome for me , plz keep this up!!

bigboy85

thank you jon

ali0

It was great to rehearse the rule about ed endings. Many thanks.

Artem

Very useful lesson.
Thank you.

Maksim

hi it very nice

nguyenthao937

Hi, Jon! What are differences between

1) yours – your and my – mine and etc.

2) “etc.” and “so on”

Vadim

hi! wonderful lesson! it helped me a lot!!! i just have one question, helped and danced sound like t or d? I can get my tongue round them.
thank you so much in advanced.

Constanza

It’s handy, actually.

bonhob

Thanks alot this is so useful i used to face problems in pronouncing ed so thank you.

moradelnafs

thats a good lesson and very helpful lesson..
thanks teacher jon.

jean

excelllent lesson

imran khurshid from pakistan

imran khurshid

Hi Jon,
thank you so much. Very helpful. I´ve never had a explaination about this topic in this way. Great.

claudiarejane

really i like this lesson . so useful lesson
thanks jon ..
i got 4 out of 4.

toleen

Thanks a lot!!!
I going to continue with your advice

naty

thanks very much

safwat86

thank you so much, important lesson

aziz

Wooow I really liked the lesson . It is so interesting and so simple too. I`ve suffered a lot about that matter of sounds but your teaching method made it so simple.

Sara

Which two verbs have different -ed endings?

bugged, enjoyed
laughed, kissed
killed, wrapped
waited, wanted

Why the answer is killed and wrapped in this questions? I dun really get it, can you further explain it to me?

Andy

    When the letter before the -ed ending is ‘p’, the sound of the -ed will be like a ‘t’.
    When the letter before the -ed is ‘l’, the sound is like a -d sound. Try to look for more examples to help you.

    Jon

God be with you and good luck

sayed mohamed

You can’t imagine how long I’ve been looking for a lesson like this. Thank you!!!!

Zubi79

Thanks a lot Teacher Jon! :)

princesapple24

I got perfect score! :)

princesapple24

thanx !!

syrkin

Thank you for this lesson.

salvedge

marvelous exercise

sam

thanks a lot

jamal

I think Jon should talk about more verbs ending with vowel sounds.

apiz

    Ok, thanks.

    Jon

very nicee *-*

Diego

thanks it’s very helpful

smdpa

Thanx a lot

sudruk

Thankyou, teacher Jon.
You are a great teacher and your English classes are very useful. I think I have to practice more and more pronunication.

adrian

Thanks for you

monmon4

it is really good thanks for showing our. u makes grammars for our really easy and thanks again. kamran khan masood

kamran khan

Thank you very much you (all) are the best!

Henry

That´s the most dificult lesson to me as a portuguese spoken.

piancci

It is very nice lesson and I could repeat after a teacher. It was really simply ))) Thanks!!!

olgajoy

Thank you very musch, I like it lesson

pedror

Why we write continued in voiced final sound
I guess that does not have something of the pronunciation .

Shayma EL.

This lesson is very very important for me.
Thank you very much indeed

jmcpeso

Thank you. It is very useful for me

venkatpvr

Thank you

delightlita

Thank you so much teacher.this lesson make me understand about pronunciatoin

Peng Vouch Ngy

Thank you for lesson

mouza

thank you so much teacher..i’m very weak in english..especially speaking and writing

moco

I NEED TO PRONUNCE ALL THE LETTERS

SEHAM

muy bueno!!!

ramiro

    yes…very nice

    dioscora iroy

for me too complicated. watching about 6 time :)

ivie2011

    ı like this think

    mahmutkcicek

    Don’t give up! You will get it, and especially if you are persistent, which you seem to be. Watching the video six times shows persistence. Keep on trying, you’ll get it.

    Jon

thank you very much for this lesson….more power

dioscora iroy

thanks,but why continued with (d )group .it don’t sound like,m,g,j,b,r,l,z,v

shayma EL

Love it, John (oops! Jon) Human and effective!

susie sullivan

I love this. thank you so much for everything

MUSAB

thank you so much

MUSAB

ohhhhh… i am brasilian so it is so hard for me… i have to pratice more. i liked your ideia about the pronuncian. thanks

tregellas

its too good great keep it

Hamza

Thanks it’s a very nice presentation!now I can pronounce and differentiate what regular verbs endings in /t/”unvoiced”,/d/ “voiced”, and /d/,/t/ two syllables…!

vince

it´s complicated to learn a foreign language
but i think that i write better than i speak,mainly because when you´re just starting to learn another language you have your own way of speaking,your own accent,and it´s very hard for those who are native in this language understand what you´re talking about
but practice makes perfection!

Francielly

    That is true. Having lived in other countries I know how difficult it is to learn another language. Good luck!

    Jon

THANKS VERY MUCH

KIMERIN

hello mr Jon
how are you?
thanks alot

mcrahim2000

Thank for this good lesson!
I often omit “ed” because I don’t know how to pronounce it. Once again, thank you, Jon.

Saak Sen

I scored 4 out of 4 wooooooooo

Ibrahim

thanks teacher

wasif77

ha!ha!ha! I got the quiz….

totong

Thanks this lesson is very important.

Maria del Pilar

i want to speak fluent English plz convey me

mangesh

many many thanks

minmin

very good lesson

ahtsham1

Thank you so muchh Jon!!! It’s so helpfull

nathalia

you guys are awesome thanks for your help keep up the excelent work GOD BLESS YOU

huguito

Good teacher,
in portuguese these things are not so common.
Thanks for your help

regazio76

you are a good teacher

boisdure

Hi jon,
very very useful one!!add more lessons on pronunciation.u guys are rocking!

simplechange

its a very good lesson , i think even the good english speakers should refer to this lesson to make their english a better one

poojasashrika

Yeah! I got 4 points. ^^

Thanks for your sharing.

pullawatchra

heeey jon,,,,nice…. im new members here…

alifatimah110

Hi teacher! Thank you very much. It´s very difficul to pronounce -ed correctly. Thank you for help us!

Sally S

Thank Jon its fun and useful to see you’r lessons

mona

thank you very much for useful lesson

mahmutkcicek

thanks JON
keep it up !!

bejjita

sir it’s a great teaching style

prabhuprasad

Hi Jonh, thank very much for the lessons, you are a great teacher.
I have a question about lesson ” ed “, I understand this lesson, but, how can I pronounce the ending words in other letters, like: n,u w, y,o.
I appreciate your help, thank you again

Lezzi

    Pinned, Pursued, Bowed, Toyed and pooed are all words that have a final -ed ending like a D.

    Jon

thanks for you jon
it’s really interesting lesson

mohamed

really nice,thnku teacher,I respect u alot,feeling great 2 have a teacher like u!

Simran

Nice lesson, Jon. Very well explained, but you hardly mentioned vowel and diphthong sounds. Also, you did not use IPA symbols, which is not recommended.

RanchCowboy

thanks 4 the free lesson Jon.now I know more.

Efrain

thanks john it’s a good lesson

zeineb

Excelente clase. Excelent class! thanks.

ef6dostres

Thank you very much, this is really a good lesson, very helpful. I was confused about these pronunciations, but now , I get it . thank you sir.

huaiyangxian

Thank you so much Jon. I have never had this explaination about the topyc.You are a really good teacher.

Carlos Aleman

It’s not easy to pronounce, but I am going to aplly your final suggestion. Thanks very much.

Jose Moreno

I’m from Brazil and we aren’t a similar sound to “th” sound.Can you help me?
I love your class, you’re an excellent teacher.
Thanks!

sally

I’m sorry,I wrote wrong.In

sally

thank you so much for this lesson.
May I ask you for more? I would like to ask you if it’s possible to prepare another lesson for ( S ) pronunciation at the end of words. waiting for the reply. thanks

heretolearn

Greet lesson thank you som much mr.Jon :)

hanody

    great >>

    hanody

Thanks a lot Jon. This is an excellent lesson to understand the regular past verb endings.

Rosa Maria

You’ve just helped/t/ me a lot. Thanks for the lesson.

karinalinares

THANK YOU VERY MUCH JON I HOPE FROM YOU SOME ADVISES ABOUT HOW CAN I GET MORE VOCABULARY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE . BECAUSE I HAVE PROBLEM IN READING SUBJECT TO UNDERSTAND THE LESSONS . SOMETIEMS IN THE EXAM THEY GIVE US SOME TOPIC WITH QUSTIONS AND I DO NOT KNOW THE MEANING OF THE WORDS IN IT SO I GET 7 OUT OF 10 . I HOPE YOU UNDERSTAND ME . “MY BEST REGARDS”

ajdabya

Hi Jon!
this lesson was pretty easy to me, because you are so great teacher! (: (and funny too)

Germania

this is very good lesson and so useful thanks .

Raj

Thank you for teaching me how to pronaonce.

You’re a good teacher.

JEFFERSON

Apologise me for my mistake, I wrote “pronaonce” instead of “pronounce”.

JEFFERSON

    I forgive you.

    engVid

thank you very much …. i wanted to learn this lesson ….

eden

hello Jon, i usually have mistakes when i talk because pronuciation is wrong. I’d like your lesson and i hope through this lesson, i know how i pronuciate right. Thanks so much

Giang Vuong

I get the score 3/4. That great, thanks Jon.

huynhhuy80

i found myself hereee in this site! thanks jooooooooon!!!

dawshahekal

i like it so much but it’s somehow so hard for me to get used to prounaunce like cooked i used to prounaunce it with ed is it wrong ?

mai

thanks Jon you made it easier for me.
i was searching for such a video for a long time.
what a smart explanation Jon.⎝⏠⏝⏠⎠
thanks again Jon.

tommyzambrotta

Thank you.

Josué Verne

thx a lot teacher … it was awesome lesson !!! ?4U : I’m still confused how to distinguish between unvoiced and voiced letters, could u give a simpler explanation … :) thx

legonia

remarkable lesson!!

kanu

Thank Jon very much! Your lesson is very useful.

But could you make videos that teach pronunciation both words and sentences? Because I can read exactly a word, but when I put it in sentences and conversation, it goes wrong.

nguyenthuhangvtt

You are the best teacher.This lesson is very easy to learn.Can you give me how to
pronunce l sound at the end of a word such as will, hill or heel.It is really difficult for me.

anhnha

it’s really a helpful lesson. But in the lesson,you seem to pronounce “D” and “T” at the end of word with the same sound. It do confuse me. Anyhow, Thank you for good lesson, JOn.

dieuhuyen

Hi Jon
Why you so green:)?
And of course thanks
Your lessons is the most interesting.
Sorry if i have mistake Please correct it

Dinya

Hello Jon!
I loved the way your pronuciation
please, how to pronunciation for all Alphabet A,B,….x,y,z
thank you

fatma

Hi
Dear jon!
this lesson was pretty easy to me, because you are so great teacher!

mandalarzan

Hi
Dear jon!
I thank U for your teaching

mandalarzan

Thanks teacher so much. I usually confuse to pronnouce regular -Ed ending in English. Through your lecture i can understand more. But you know i feel i forget it quickly. Can you tell me how i can remember it so long. Looking forward your helping and thanks so much your lecture.

vuonggiang

Thanks alot.

shinystar

I enjoy this lrsson very well.now i can pronounce all -ed pronouciation.thanks a lots.

fadne509

it is verry complicated teacher

youussra

Thank a lot Jhon..!!! It was interesting lesson.

pyt3

i think the sound d is quite difficult to pronounce :P

victorflores1990

VERY GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD!!!!

LEANDRO

Gracias por dejarnos accesar a un sitio serio de internet si en donde se puede evaluar realmente el tema de interes unido a su respectiva leccion. Los recomendare en mi curso de ingles. Thanks again.

Alexandra

At first it’s hard to learn but I think I just need to train more!Thank You!
Oh, by the way, I just noticed you don’t really need to pronounce the “E” sound?It sounds like:fixd,lovd,livd,kisst,stoppt,etc…is that right?

shadamuska

thank you for all effort so as to make it easy

simo-morocco

I always had doubts about the words ending – ed, but now I had no more. So, thanks for this useful lesson. Hugs, from Brazil

felixesilva33

It’s silly when g-h makes a /f/ sound. “F” is the laziest letter in the alphabet that it’s not in the words “laugh” or “alphabet.”

Jesse Corey

excellent , wonderful
Thank teacher so much

Herlinda

3 out of 4. I am going to watch the video again….

josefrancisco472

Hi Jon. please, tell me why the verb close is pronounce with a D in its past tense? this verb ends with an S(for me) sound and the corresponding sound should be T not D. what’s the rule for these kind of sounds
thanks
Hector

Hector

Thanks! very good class.

Maristela

thanks Sir I learned from the leasson :)

Sarah

Thank you Jon, very important interesting lesson

argenis

ok lesson

ghussny

I liked this lesson very much; Thank you :)

safa85

Hi Jon,
Thank you for the lesson. It doesn’t seem but it’s a very diddicult one.

bubulina

it is kind of difficult.. :( lol

eltota1985

thanks alot..that’s very usefull.
your sound is so clear ..

zahra

very useful, is a few complicating, but with practice it’s easy

elkrespo

easy to understand. thank you!

krasivaya

OBRIGADA! ;)

anavidal

    De nada!

    engVid Moderator

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HA HA HA !
nice to meat you
i love your lessons
very good

iloveengvid

hello Jon
you did not jump from above this lesson,but you fixed it and returned back at the end of the lesson as a sense of humor as i think, any way it was good.
could you please tell us when do we pronounce the letter g as in the word (large) and when do we pronounce it as in the word (bag)

mansour1

What about verbs ending in ‘y’, for example: played

dulukia

Thanks it has heled me a lot

Mr Mahmoud Mohsen

Thanks a lot. It helped me much.

wiamdassy

Thank you

brahim askour

thank u , mr john ,
i`am from egypt and i would be happy if u come and visit us , i can host u and have fun here

mohamed baza

Hi Jon,

thanks for great explanation
take care

cep62

HAha I got 4 correct out of 4 :D

Dinh Quoc Lap

thank you Jon, I got 4/4 :D
would you please teach us how to do the “ly” end pronunciation fluently? like absolutely, certainly,and etc…these almost killed me~

tattoochilli

Got it, thank you!

Iamhere.

thanks for great lesson
I got 100%

Hussein Ali Baqir

Great, I will try at home.

Thanks Teacher, useful lesson.

Qtr Net

Jon thanks by the lesson . It is really stressful for me of trying to hear clearly the end those sounds.

mhemho

thanks, that was a good one.

kaduna85

Thank you

Mannoshe

Thanks Jon for your time. Might you tell me what does it means: “Ω(j)”?

Amadeo

My congrats for this lesson! Thanks John!

Isaias Menezes Silva

Thanks you so much.

Marta Lopez

thanks you

Mayuyita

Thanks a lot, i was searching for this lesson for a long time .

youssefu

i searched a lot to find this one … thank you :)

Mohamedhazzan

Thank you Jon

kheireddine007

thanks!

shihai182

Thanks

ilyes12

i got 10/10
thank you nice lesson

bou.dj

Simple, but such a good lesson! Thank you a lot.

j123san

really Good, 4/4 excellent

mari0808

Great lesson; thanks!

CrazyCatLady

Jon, you have a good methodology I loved that, you become my favorite teacher, see you soon

pbielich68@gmail.com

the ed with the reset of the letters I pronunciate them as (d) or not ?

hind rashwan
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