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#6. Grammar course
This chart shows examples of the pronunciation for the past in regular verbs.
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#3. Grammar course
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#1. To start, go ahead and listen to the song. I would like to ask you: Is the singer focused on a past experience, on a present event or in both?

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#2. Grammar course: One of the aspects to pay attention when communicating is the fact that for some subjects in the Present Simple tense, the verbs are conjugated and in other cases they are not. I can say: ''People check their cellphones very often'', but I have to say: ''My brother checks his cell phone very often''. Take a look... 
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#5. Grammar course
The pronunciation of the verbs when they are conjugated varies accordingly to the last sound of the verb in their base form (base form = as they appear in the dictionary). The following image describes the three groups and how they are pronounced based on the SPELLING. 
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#4. These are very noteworthy points about the language. 
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