To pronounce past tense regular verbs – verbs that end in “ed” – correctly, we should know if the verb ends in a Voiced sound or a Voiceless (in another word, Unvoiced) sound as we learned and took the quiz many years ago. Then, what do Voiced and Voiceless (Unvoiced) mean? You can understand what they mean by putting your hand on the front of your neck as shown in the video below.
Meaning: To make contact with someone again; to contact someone to talk about something again.
I will touch base with you next week.
I just want to touch base with you on the topic we talked about before.
Let’s touch base on this later.
If someone wants to touch base with you, they want to…
A. Talk again with you.
B. Go to the baseball stadium with you.
C. Get or give an update on something from or to you.
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