A form that sounds similar, but is constructed differently, Angola Email List is the inflected past participle of verbs including be-, ge-, ont- and ver-. Thunderstorms that are/was expected are ‘expected thunderstorms’. ‘Expected’ is used there as an adjective and, like other adjectives, is often given an inflection e: ‘the great thunderstorm’, ‘the expected thunderstorm’. The t is not Angola Email List doubled here. The extended past participle has a double d or t only when needed to keep the vowel short
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In all other cases the d or t is not doubled: ‘the burnt Angola Email List wood’, ‘the mentioned name’, ‘the liberated land’, ‘the fined offense’. A long vowel before it is then simply: ‘the tendered project’, ‘the budgeted amount’, ‘the paved road’, ‘the bare chest’, ‘the enlarged photo’. 12. Cheers/Cheers ‘The whole of TV-watching Netherlands cheered for Sifan Hassan.’ The t for ‘cheers’ is also in ‘cheers’. It seems so simple yet ‘cheers’ and ‘cheers’ are on the rise. And instead of ‘scratched.
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Scrabbled’, ‘scratched – scratched’ appears more and Angola Email List more. The Kofship is about to sink! The dt-rule in the past tense is a sound rule. A d comes after a voiced sound (vowel, b, d, g, h, j, l, m, n, r, v, w, z): saved – saved, savede – saved. After a voiceless sound comes a t: booked – booked, skypete – skypeted. But how voiced is the b in ‘scratched’ and how unvoiced is the f in ‘ruffled’? ‘Golf’ is even officially allowed with t and d (‘golfte’, ‘waved’). And also with ‘scratching’ and ‘cheering’ the