字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Did you know these two letters can be pronounced in three different ways? They can be /d/, /t/ or /id/. Here's how to find out which. First, feel your neck. If a sound makes it vibrate like /d/, then it's voiced. If it doesn't like /t/, then it isn't. Where 'ed' comes after a vowel or a voiced consonant then pronounce it as /d/ - which is a voiced sound. Played, used. If you have 'ed' after an unvoiced sound then it sounds like /t/. An unvoiced sound. Looked, helped. If you have t or d then 'ed' becomes /id/ - it's just easier to say. Wanted, needed. So if 'ed' comes after a voiced sound, then it's voiced. If it comes after an unvoiced sound, then it's unvoiced and if it comes after /t/ or /d/, then it's /id/.