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Study the word list: Entry Level 1: Words ending in -ed (5)

Words that learners at Entry Level 1 are required to read and spell correctly.

In these past tense verbs that end in -ed, the root word remains unchanged.

Word list: Entry Level 1: Words ending in -ed (5)

scolded The teacher scolded the students.
selected She was selected for the lead role in the play.
started The fire started to crackle in the stove.
talked We talked about the circus.
thanked I thanked my friend for her help.
visited I visited the football stadium.
waited She waited at the bus stop.
walked I walked to the shops.
wanted They wanted to build a house.
Warned The sign warned us to beware of the bears.
winked The girl winked at her friend.
yelled The football commentator yelled in excitement.

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