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When added to words ending in /p/, the suffix
-ed is pronounced as /t/. Practice: skipped, trapped, scraped, cropped.


  • /skɪˈpt/
  • /skiˈpt/
  • /skĭˈpt/
  • 3s2t1s5s


  • /træˈpt/
  • /traˈpt/
  • /trăˈpt/
  • 5s3t1s5s


  • /skreɪˈpt/
  • /skrayˈpt/
  • /skrāˈpt/
  • 3s2s3c5t1s5s


  • /krɑˈpt/
  • /krahˈpt/
  • /kräˈpt/
  • 2s3sf1s5s

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