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Welcome to 30 Days of English! Let me first say that I am so excited to have you here. I have worked my butt off to come up with the 30 most common 'things that make you crazy' about English and have found a way to explain each of them in the Tipsy Yak way... with a drink, a laugh and of course, without boring or complicated crap.
On Day 6, we are talking about the pronunciation of verbs that end in -ed. Sometimes you pronounce the -ed and sometimes you don't. I will give you some tips on how to know when you should and shouldn't. Enjoy Friends! _ Hey Friends! I'm Kristen, welcome to Tipsy Yak! Tipsy Yak is all about being real and different. My goal is to bring you constant education in a practical and entertaining way.
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So please grab a drink with me, relax and let's chat!