Preguntas sobre ejemplos de oraciones con, y la definición y uso de "Ed"

El significado de "Ed" en varias frases y oraciones

Q: ¿Qué significa я заметила,что тут часто стоят слова,после предложений "ed.,etc."?
A: etc. = и тд.
Q: ¿Qué significa to advise (ed)?
A: to give advice
Q: ¿Qué significa "ed" no final das palavras??
A: *Past tense*

Yesterday I finished my homework.
Q: ¿Qué significa Assign(ed) from income....?
A: That sounds like a not very natural sentence, but maybe it means, "to assign something based on (some) income"

Ejemplos de oración usando "Ed"

Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con "if I had been ~ing" , "if I had been ~ed" and "if I had been ~".
A: "If I had been waiting for the bus, I would not have missed it."
"If I had waited for the bus, I would not have missed it."
Both of these sentences are nearly identical = if you were waiting for the bus, you wouldn't have missed it.

"If I had been" (This would not fit the pattern. We couldn't use the same sentence unless we want to repeat what we already said: "If I had been waiting".)

You can use "If I had been" with any verb that uses "to be", like "to be happy.", "to be busy", "to be ready".
"If I had been ready, I would not have missed the bus."
Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con shouldn't have ~ed.
A: I shouldn’t have texted my ex boyfriend.
The student shouldn’t have cheated on the test.
The puppy shouldn’t have peed in the house.
Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con like being ~ed
don't like being ~ed.
A: I don't like being tickled.

I don't like being starved.

I don't like being jostled, pushed and pulled.

I like being tickled.

I like being pampered.

I like being relaxed.
Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con ed and ing abjective endings.
A: Incase it isn't clear ed verbs are most commonly used for things that have happened in the past.

Ing verbs are most commonly used for things happening right now.

Palabras similares a "Ed" y sus diferencias

Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre walked, ed y walking, ing ?
A: I walked by that place yesterday. (past-tense)

I'm walking by that place right now. (present-tense)
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre ed y ing ?
A: " I will never eat this food again" would be better tried is for past tense, if you do want to use it you could say, "I tried this food yesterday, I'm never eating it again". I don't know if that's helpful or not 😅
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre interested (------ed) y interesting (------ing) ?
A: we use ED in word when work has been completed (when we are talking about the past). and ING use when work in in process ( continue sentence).
EX- I have completed my task.
I am completing my task
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre ed y ing ?
A: Usually, -ed means past tense and -ing means present tense verb

With "bored" and "boring", they are both adjectives. When they are both adjectives, -ed is how you feel and -ing is what something/someone is

"Bored" is how you or someone feels ("The class made me very bored")

"Boring" is how something or someone is.
- "The movie is boring"
- "She is boring" (she is not bored; she is a person that makes you feel bored)

Traducciones de "Ed"

Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? ed sheeran
A: Revisa la pregunta para ver la respuesta
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? ed lo editó
A: ¿Quieres decir “Ed” como un nombre? Si es así, intente “Ed edited it.”
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? 谓语动词有不定式,ing,ed 形式
A: Predicate verbs have infinitive, - ing, - ed form 
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? No ed necesario talar el arbol para construir la casa
A: @mafariafanafa: "Its not necesary cut the tree to build a house"

Otras preguntas sobre "Ed"

Q: the first, write this sentence,please!

the second

i can't hear the "ed",the complained. why?

1. did he really read the "ed"?
2. did you really hear the "ed"?

A: "The old man complained to me about his noisy neighbors."

Yes, he read the word correctly.

The "e" in "complained" is silent. You say it more like "complaind."

Another way to think of it is, the "ned" in "complained" sounds like the "nd" in "band" or "end."
Q: 私は英語を流暢に話したいです。アメリカの人は過去形のedを日常会話で発音していますか?
(たとえば I opened the box.のed
またcooked やstudied など、音がtやiedで終わる単語の場合は発音したほうがいいですか?

I want to be fluent in English.
Do people in America pronounce "ed" in daily lives? (E.g. I opend the box.)
And I also wanna know if they pronounce "ed" or not in the sentences like in case of "cooked", "studied".

You can answer Japanese or English.

A: its always pronounced but some people do it more subtly that others. even if you dont hear it, the mouth/tongue always moves to pronounce the d as a little tap at the end of the word. its hard to hear for non-natives but i would advise you to always pronounce it so you get an idea of how to move your mouth for certain words, and then once that becomes muscle memory you can be more subtle and itll sound natural.
Q: How do I know if ED has a D or T sound in the pronunciation of words that end with ed?
A: It depends on the sound before -ed. If the sound is voiced (for example: g, l, dg, m, z, r, or any vowel), then it's pronounced with a 'd' sound. If the last sound before -ed is voiceless (for example: k, p, s, ch), then -ed is pronounced as 't.'

If the word ends in 't' or 'd,' the 'e' in -ed is also pronounced.

How do you know whether a sound is 'voiced' or 'voiceless?'

Put your hand on your throat when you say the sound. If you can feel a strong vibration, then its voiced, and you should say 'd.' If you don't feel any vibration, then its voiced and you should say 't.' And again, if the last sound is 't' or 'd,' pronounce -ed as 'id.' (it sounds like the 'id' in 'idiot.')

Some examples:

'look' ends in a voiceless sound 'k,' so 'looked' is pronounced 'lookt.'

'seem' ends in a voiced sound 'm,' so 'seemed' is pronounced 'seemd.'

'end' ends in 'd,' so 'ended' is pronounced 'endid.'

'hate' ends in 't,' so 'hated' is pronounced 'hatid.' (in American and Canadian English we pronounce this more like 'hadid')

Also, you shouldn't trust the spelling of a word. Just because 'hate' ends with an 'e' doesn't mean that the 'e' is pronounced, so say the word out loud to decide what sound it ends with.

(Sorry if this answer is long or difficult to read, but it's a hard concept to explain).
Q: How to distinguish have and had sound?

beside I've ~ed and I~ed sound.

Context or sound?
A: Revisa la pregunta para ver la respuesta
Q: When I have to use "ing" and "ed"?
A: "ING" se usa para los gerundios de los verbos "ando", "endo" y si el verbos va seguido de una preposición. "Ed" es la forma pasada de los verbos o es posible usar "d" si termina en "e" ej: used. También se usa para adjetivos "i'm bored"=estoy aburrido, pero di dices "i'm boring" estarías diciendo: soy aburrido 😉buena suerte

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