Laundry Time

Example :

houses /iz

talks /s     

lives /z

 

 

Liz hates /s doing the laundry. She realizes /iz that four weeks /s have passed since her last trip to the laundromat. There are piles /z of clothes /s in the clothes in the closets /s, the sheets and towels /z are dirty, she’s /sbeen wearing the same pair of blue jeans for nine days /s, and she doesn’t /z have any clean socks /s or blouses /iz left. She thinks /s about it while she watches /s one of her favorite TV shows /z She wishes /s she didn’t have to do such chores /z. Then she opens /z a book, turns /z the pages /z , and tries /s to study. The phone rings; one of Liz’s /iz friends /z reminds /z her about sally’s /s party tomorrow evening. She decides /z that it’s /s now or never. She can’t go to the party unless she washes /s one of her new dresses /iz. She stuffs /s all her clothes /s into two laundry bags /z. She strips /s the bed and pulls the pillowcases /iz off the pillows /z. She goes /s through the apartment, picking up everything in sight. Finally, she grabs some coat hangers /z, two boxes /iz of detergent, and her key’s /s, and closes /iz the door behind her. She hopes /s she won’t be too late. She arrives /z at the

laundromat, carries /s in all her belongings /z, and searches /s for some empty manchines /z, But they’re all either in user or out of order. She sighs /s, picks /s up everything, and drives /z to the local video store to rent a couple of movies /z.

                                                                 

 

How is the <s> or <es> ending most commonly pronounced ?

 

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