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When added to words ending in /d/, the suffix -s is pronounced as /z/. Practice: lids, yards, braids, toads.


  • /lɪˈdz/
  • /liˈdz/
  • /lĭˈdz/
  • 6t1s2s


  • /jɑˈrdz/
  • /yahˈrdz/
  • /yäˈrdz/
  • 8sf3s1s2s


  • /breɪˈdz/
  • /brayˈdz/
  • /brāˈdz/
  • 4s3c5t1s2s


  • /toʊˈdz/
  • /tohˈdz/
  • /tōˈdz/
  • 5sf1s2s

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Thank you to everyone who already updated their contact information at www.tecunit.org. The Testing, Evaluation and Certification Unit (TECUnit) has important updates and urgent notices that we have not been able to get out to nationally certified CLTs because of outdated contact information. Please like and share this post to spread the word. If you know nationally certified CLTs, please encourage them get in touch. info@tecunit.org | (703) 239-3433 (v/txt) Thanks!

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