The difference between ed and e is ed is followed by a vowel and e is followed by a consonant
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Feedback! Anyway... it's not the first and not the last vocabulary hint messed up... :(
Because this 'e' means AND. And an 'è' means (he, she it) IS. Two different words.
How can you tell the difference when you just hear it? It is more obvious when you read it.
Context. "Ho gatti e cani". "I have cats is dogs" makes no sense, therefore it must be "I have cats and dogs".
"Lui è piccolo." "He and young" makes no sense, so it must be "He is small" With enough practice you should be able to catch it quick.