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IELTS Listening: Spelling
IELTS Listening: Spelling

The British Council’s LearnEnglish site answers this question clearly and succinctly: ‘Everything must be spelled correctly.’ So, what are the pitfalls? In this blog post we’re going to look at just one scenario

The problem

In the IELTS Listening test, you may have the answer spelled out for you. For example, one of the speakers might spell their name, and you have to copy it down. This can present a number of challenges

1. Some English letters sound similar to each other: m and n, for example, are very similar so you have to listen carefully. Also when pronouncing b and p it might be challenging to tell them apart

2. Some English letters sound like different letters in other languages. For instance, r in British English sounds like A in Persian

Here is an exercise extracted from Objective IELTS: Intermediate. This exercise can be very useful to distinguish the differences in sounds as they are spelled out

Answers

NO.1 JOHANNES GUTENBERG

NO.2 THOMAS EDISON

NO.3 VLADIMIR KOSMA ZWORYKIN

NO.4 WlLLIAM CAXTON

NO.5 PHILO T. FARNSWORTH

NO.6 Q

 

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