One of the most common accent error patterns is changes to the ends of words. Sounds can be left off, devoiced, or reduced, causing words to be missing key grammatical information. If we are missing the /z/ sound at the end of a plural or a possessive, it can sound like an error in grammar. If the /d/ sound is missing from a past tense verb, it can sound like the present tense verb.
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