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Animals

Character

Clothes

Colors

Family

Fruit

In The Bathroom

In The House

Numbers

Parts of the Body 1

Parts of the Body 2

Vegetables

Silent consonants 1

Silent consonants 2

Silent consonants 3

Silent consonants 4

Letter /u/: short [ʊ] or long [u:]?"

Simple Past Ending -ed

Pronunciation of /o/

Pronunciation of /a/

Words begin with /g/

Pronunciation of /o/ in the following words

Words ending on /s/

Pronunciation of /th/ - voiceless [θ] or voiced [ð]

1. Phonetic Transcription – AnimalsHow are the given words spelled correctly? Write them into the gaps.
  1. 1. ˈræbit →
  2. 2. ˈhæmstə →
  3. 3. ˈbɪ:tl →
  4. 4. gu:s →
  5. 5. kaʊ →
  6. 6. ˈmʌŋki →
  7. 7. maʊs →
  8. 8. ʃi:p →
  9. 9. ˈhɔ:s →
  10. 10 diə →

  1. 1. ˈræbɪt → rabbit
  2. 2. ˈhæmstə → hamster
  3. 3. ˈbɪːtl → beetle
  4. 4. guːs → goose
  5. 5. kaʊ → cow
  6. 6. ˈmʌŋki → monkey
  7. 7. maʊs → mouse
  8. 8. ʃiːp → sheep
  9. 9. ˈhɔːs → horse
  10. 10 dɪə → deer

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3. Clothes
  1. 1. ˈdʒækɪt →
  2. 2. ʃɜːt →
  3. 3. blaʊz →
  4. 4. kæp →
  5. 5. dʒiːnz →
  6. 6. skɑːf →
  7. 7. ˈtreɪnəz →
  8. 8. skɜːt →
  9. 9. ˈswetə →
  10. 10. ˈkəʊt →

  1. 1. ˈdʒækɪt → jacket
  2. 2. ʃɜːt → shirt
  3. 3. blaʊz → blouse
  4. 4. kæp → cap
  5. 5. dʒiːnz → jeans
  6. 6. skɑːf → scarf
  7. 7. ˈtreɪnəz → trainers
  8. 8. skɜːt → skirt
  9. 9. ˈswetə → sweater
  10. 10. ˈkəʊt → coat

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5. Family
  1. 1. ˈsɪstə →
  2. 2. ˈbrʌðə →
  3. 3. ˈkʌzn̩ →
  4. 4. ɑːnt →
  5. 5. ˈfɑːðə →
  6. 6. ˈmʌðə →
  7. 7. ˈdɔːtə →
  8. 8. niːs →
  9. 9. ˈnevjuː →
  10. 10. ˈʌŋkl̩ →

  1. 1. ˈsɪstə → sister
  2. 2. ˈbrʌðə → brother
  3. 3. ˈkʌzn → cousin
  4. 4. ɑːnt → aunt
  5. 5. ˈfɑːðə → father
  6. 6. ˈmʌðə → mother
  7. 7. ˈdɔːtə → daughter
  8. 8. niːs → niece
  9. 9. ˈnevjuː → nephew
  10. 10. ˈʌŋkl → uncle

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7. In The Bathroom
  1. 1. kəʊm →
  2. 2. ʃæmˈpuː →
  3. 3. ˈneɪlfaɪl →
  4. 4. ʃæmˈpuː →
  5. 5. ˈneɪlfaɪl →
  6. 6. pəˈfjuːm →
  7. 7. ˈtaʊəl →
  8. 8. ˈʃeɪvə →
  9. 9. səʊp →
  10. 10. heəˈdraɪə →

  1. 1. kəʊm → comb
  2. 2. ʃæmˈpuː → shampoo
  3. 3. ˈneɪlfaɪl → nailfile
  4. 4. pəˈfjuːm → perfume
  5. 5. ˈtaʊəl → towel
  6. 6. ˈʃeɪvə → shaver
  7. 7. səʊp → soap
  8. 8. heəˈdraɪə → hairdryer
  9. 9. ˈtuːθpeɪst → toothpaste
  10. 10. spreɪ → spray

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9. Numbers
  1. 1. faɪv →
  2. 2. wʌn →
  3. 3. naɪn →
  4. 4. θriː →
  5. 5. fɔː →
  6. 6. tuː →
  7. 7. eɪt →
  8. 8. ˌfɔːˈtiːn →
  9. 9. ˌfɪfˈtiːn →
  10. 10. ˌθɜːˈtiːn →

  1. 1. faɪv → five
  2. 2. wʌn → one
  3. 3. naɪn → nine
  4. 4. θriː → three
  5. 5. fɔː → four
  6. 6. tuː → two
  7. 7. eɪt → eight
  8. 8. ˌfɔːˈtiːn → fourteen
  9. 9. ˌfɪfˈtiːn → fifteen
  10. 10. ˌθɜːˈtiːn → thirteen

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11. Parts of the body 2
  1. 1. ɑ:m →
  2. 2. ɪə →
  3. 3. aɪ →
  4. 4. feɪs →
  5. 5. fʊt →
  6. 6. heə →
  7. 7. hænd →
  8. 8. maʊθ →
  9. 9. nəʊz →
  10. 10. ‘ʃəʊldə →

  1. 1. ɑ:m → arm
  2. 2. ɪə → ear
  3. 3. aɪ → eye
  4. 4. feɪs → face
  5. 5. fʊt → foot
  6. 6. heə → hair
  7. 7. hænd → hand
  8. 8. maʊθ → mouth
  9. 9. nəʊz → nose
  10. 10. ‘ʃəʊldə → shoulder

Check answers
13. Silent consonants 1 Write/Copy into the gap the word where you do not pronounce one consonant.
EXAMPLE:
pencil, hour, cousin →
ANSWER:
pencil, hour, cousin → hour
See example
  1. 1. cupboard, pub, pupil →
  2. 2. bird, tiger, snake →
  3. 3. wall, science, cave →
  4. 4. tall, desk, half →
  5. 5. Wednesday, Monday, Sunday →
  6. 6. country, child, knife →
  7. 7. island, address, some →
  8. 8. window, paint, pencil →
  9. 9. hundred, green, white →
  10. 10. lamp, autumn, bath →
  1. 1. cupboard, pub, pupil → cupboard
  2. 2. bird, tiger, snake → bird
  3. 3. wall, science, cave → science
  4. 4. tall, desk, half → half
  5. 5. Wednesday, Monday, Sunday → Wednesday
  6. 6. country, child, knife → knife
  7. 7. island, address, some → island
  8. 8. window, paint, pencil → window
  9. 9. hundred, green, white → white
  10. 10. lamp, autumn, bath → autumn

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15. Silent consonants 3 Choose the consonant/ consonants that are not pronounced in the following words:

1. island
    i
  1. s
  2. l
  3. a
  4. n
  5. d

2. climb
    c
  1. l
  2. i
  3. m
  4. b

3. knife
    k
  1. n
  2. i
  3. f
  4. e

4. talk
    t
  1. a
  2. l
  3. k

5. castle
    c
  1. a
  2. s
  3. t
  4. l
  5. e

6. night
    n
  1. i
  2. g
  3. h
  4. t

7. Wednesday
    W
  1. e
  2. d
  3. n
  4. e
  5. s
  6. d
  7. a
  8. y

8. write
    w
  1. r
  2. i
  3. t
  4. e

9. listen
    l
  1. i
  2. s
  3. t
  4. e
  5. n

10. know
    k
  1. n
  2. o
  3. w


17. Phonetic Transcription Is the sound /u/ short [ʊ] or long [u:]?
1. put →

2. blue →

3. good →

4. Tuesday →

5. wool →

6. full →

7. bush →

8. cook →

9. tooth →

10. pool →

  1. 1. put → [ʊ]
  2. 2, blue → [u:]
  3. 3. good → [ʊ]
  4. 4. Tuesday → [ju:]
  5. 5. wool → [ʊ]
  6. 6. full → [ʊ]
  7. 7. bush → [ʊ]
  8. 8. cook → [ʊ]
  9. 9. tooth → [u:]
  10. 10. pool → [u:]

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19. Phonetic Transcription Pronunciation of /o/ in English
1. now →

2. → no

3. yellow →

4. → clothes

5. → OK

6. → road

7. → town

8. → window

9. → brown

10. → show

  1. now → [au]
  2. no → [əu]
  3. yellow → [əu]
  4. clothes → [əu]
  5. OK → [əu]
  6. road → [əu]
  7. town → [au]
  8. window → [əu]
  9. brown → [au]
  10. show → [əu]

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21. Phonetic Transcription The following words begin with /G/. How do you pronounce this letter correctly?
1. → group

2. → glue

3. → general

4. → ginger

5. → goal

6. → German

7. → game

8. → glove

9. → gift

10. → guest

  1. group → [g]
  2. glue → [g]
  3. general → [ʤ]
  4. ginger → [ʤ]]
  5. goal → [g]
  6. German → [ʤ]
  7. game → [g]
  8. glove → [g]
  9. gift → [g]
  10. guest → [g]

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23. Phonetic Transcription The following words end on /s/. How do you pronounce this sound correctly?
1. → pieces

2. → scarves

3. → bikes

4. → cars

5. → invitations

6. → watches

7. → tortoises

8. → lamps

9. → cats

10. → hats

  1. pieces → [ɪz]
  2. scarves → [z]
  3. bikes → [s]
  4. cars → [z]
  5. invitations → [z]
  6. watches → [ɪz]
  7. tortoises → [ɪz]
  8. lamps → [s]
  9. cats → [s]
  10. hats → [s]

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2. Phonetic Transcription – CharacterHow are the given words spelled correctly? Write them into the gaps.
  1. 1. ˈsɪərɪəs →
  2. 2. ˈkeəfʊl →
  3. 3. kənˈfjuːzd →
  4. 4. ˈdʒenərəs →
  5. 5. dɪˈtɜːmɪnd →
  6. 6. streɪndʒ →
  7. 7. breɪv →
  8. 8. ˈdʒentl̩ →
  9. 9. ˈɒnɪst →
  10. 10. ˈkjʊərɪəs →

  1. 1. ˈsɪərɪəs → serious
  2. 2. ˈkeəfʊl → careful
  3. 3. kənˈfjuːzd → confused
  4. 4. ˈdʒenərəs → generous
  5. 5. dɪˈtɜːmɪnd → determined
  6. 6. streɪndʒ → strange
  7. 7. breɪv → brave
  8. 8. ˈdʒentl → gentle
  9. 9. ˈɒnɪst → honest
  10. 10. ˈkjʊərɪəs → curious

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4. Colors
  1. 1. griːn →
  2. 2. gəʊld →
  3. 3. bluː →
  4. 4. blæk →
  5. 5. ˈɒrɪndʒ →
  6. 6. braʊn →
  7. 7. ˈjeləʊ →
  8. 8. greɪ →
  9. 9. ˈpɜːpl̩ →
  10. 10. waɪt →

  1. 1. griːn → green
  2. 2. gəʊld → gold
  3. 3. bluː → blue
  4. 4. blæk → black
  5. 5. ˈɒrɪndʒ → orange
  6. 6. braʊn → brown
  7. 7. ˈjeləʊ → yellow
  8. 8. greɪ → grey
  9. 9. ˈpɜːpl̩ → purple
  10. 10. waɪt → white

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6. Fruit
  1. 1. peə →
  2. 2. ˈtʃeri →
  3. 3. ˈɒrɪndʒ →
  4. 4. ɡreɪp →
  5. 5. piːtʃ →
  6. 6. ˈkrænbəri →
  7. 7. ˈgreɪpfruːt →
  8. 8. ˈæpl →
  9. 9. plʌm →
  10. 10. ˈstrɔːbəri →

  1. 1. peə → pear
  2. 2. ˈtʃeri → cherry
  3. 3. ˈɒrɪndʒ → orange
  4. 4. ɡreɪp → grape
  5. 5. piːtʃ → peach
  6. 6. ˈkrænbəri → cranberry
  7. 7. ˈgreɪpfruːt → grapefruit
  8. 8. ˈæpl → apple
  9. 9. plʌm → plum
  10. 10. ˈstrɔːbəri → strawberry

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8. In The House
  1. 1. flɔː →
  2. 2. ˈbɑːθruːm →
  3. 3. ˈkɪtʃɪn →
  4. 4. ˈselə →
  5. 5. ˌʌpˈsteəz →
  6. 6. ˈsiːlɪŋ →
  7. 7. ˈtʃɪmni →
  8. 8. ruːf →
  9. 9. steəz →
  10. 10. ˈætɪk →

  1. 1. flɔː → floor
  2. 2. ˈbɑːθruːm → bathroom
  3. 3. ˈkɪtʃɪn → kitchen
  4. 4. ˈselə → cellar
  5. 5. ˌʌpˈsteəz → upstairs
  6. 6. ˈsiːlɪŋ → ceiling
  7. 7. ˈtʃɪmni → chimney
  8. 8. ruːf → roof
  9. 9. steəz → stairs
  10. 10. ˈætɪk → attic

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10. Parts of the Body 1
  1. 1. ɑːm →
  2. 2. ɪə →
  3. 3. aɪ →
  4. 4. feɪs →
  5. 5. fʊt →
  6. 6. heə →
  7. 7. hænd →
  8. 8. maʊθ →
  9. 9. nəʊz →
  10. 10. ˈʃəʊldə →

  1. 1. ɑːm → arm
  2. 2. ɪə → ear
  3. 3. aɪ → eye
  4. 4. feɪs → face
  5. 5. fʊt → foot
  6. 6. heə → hair
  7. 7. hænd → hand
  8. 8. maʊθ → mouth
  9. 9. nəʊz → nose
  10. 10. ˈʃəʊldə → shoulder

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12. Vegetables
  1. 1. ˈmʌʃrʊm →
  2. 2. bi:n →
  3. 3. ˈkæbɪdʒ →
  4. 4. pəˈteɪtəʊ →
  5. 5. ˈkɒlɪflaʊə →
  6. 6. ˈkjuːkʌmbə →
  7. 7. ˈpɑ:sli →
  8. 8. ˈʌnjən →
  9. 9. ˈkærət →
  10. 10. əˈspærəɡəs →

  1. 1. ˈmʌʃrʊm → mushroom
  2. 2. bi:n → bean
  3. 3. ˈkæbɪdʒ → cabbage
  4. 4. pəˈteɪtəʊ → potato
  5. 5. ˈkɒlɪflaʊə → cauliflower
  6. 6. ˈkjuːkʌmbə → cucumber
  7. 7. ˈpɑ:sli → parsley
  8. 8. ˈʌnjən → onion
  9. 9. ˈkærət → carrot
  10. 10. əˈspærəɡəs → asparagus

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14. Silent consonants 2 Write/Copy into the gap the word where you do not pronounce one consonant.
EXAMPLE:
pencil, hour, cousin →
ANSWER:
pencil, hour, cousin → hour
See example
  1. 1. maths, clothes, law →
  2. 2. skirt, memory, woman →
  3. 3. pound, bus, whole →
  4. 4. tin, sign, dish →
  5. 5. duty, scissors, gun →
  6. 6. doubt, music, step →
  7. 7. major, salary, know →
  8. 8. fight, tree, write →
  9. 9. peanut, dumb, disguise →
  10. 10. honour, brilliant, competence →

  1. 1. maths, clothes, law → law
  2. 2. skirt, memory, woman → skirt
  3. 3. pound, bus, whole → whole
  4. 4. tin, sign, dish → sign
  5. 5. duty, scissors, gun → scissors
  6. 6. doubt, music, step → doubt
  7. 7. major, salary, know → know
  8. 8. fight, tree, write → write
  9. 9. peanut, dumb, disguise → dumb
  10. 10. honour, brilliant, competence → honour

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16. Silent consonants 4 Choose the consonant/ consonants that are not pronounced in the following words:

1. would
    w
  1. o
  2. u
  3. l
  4. d

2. straight
    s
  1. t
  2. r
  3. a
  4. i
  5. g
  6. h
  7. t

3. yawn
    y
  1. a
  2. w
  3. n

4. honour
    h
  1. o
  2. n
  3. o
  4. u
  5. r

5. psalm
    p
  1. s
  2. a
  3. l
  4. m

6. throw
    t
  1. h
  2. r
  3. o
  4. w

7. half
    h
  1. a
  2. l
  3. f

8. answer
    a
  1. n
  2. s
  3. w
  4. e
  5. r

9. column
    c
  1. o
  2. l
  3. u
  4. m
  5. n

10. knight
    k
  1. n
  2. i
  3. g
  4. h
  5. t


18. Phonetic Transcription Simple Past Ending /-ed/
1. collected →

2. arrived →

3. climbed →

4. → started

5. → stopped

6. → finished

7. → played

8. → helped

9. → listened

10. → acted

  1. 1. collected → [ɪd]
  2. 2, arrived → [d]
  3. 3. climbed → [d]
  4. 4. started → [ɪd]
  5. 5. stopped → [t]
  6. 6. finished → [t]
  7. 7. played → [d]
  8. 8. helped → [t]
  9. 9. listened → [d]
  10. 10. acted → [ɪd]

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20. Phonetic Transcription How do you pronounce the letter /a/ in the following words correctly?
1. → all

2. → face

3. → station

4. → walk

5. → tall

6. → had

7. → travel

8. → map

9. → Indian

10. → bank

  1. 1. all → [ɔ:]
  2. 2, face → [eɪ]
  3. 3. station → [eɪ]
  4. 4. walk → [ɔ:]
  5. 5. tall → [ɔ:]
  6. 6. had → [æ]
  7. 7. travel → [æ]
  8. 8. map → [æ]
  9. 9. Indian → [ə]
  10. 10.bank → [æ]

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22. Phonetic Transcription How do you pronounce /o/ in the following words?
1. does →

2. love →

3. too →

4. group →

5. before →

6. shoe →

7. afternoon →

8. cousin →

9. do →

10. move →

  1. 1. does → [ʌ]
  2. 2, love → [ʌ]
  3. 3. too → [u:]8;]
  4. 4. group → [u:]
  5. 5. before → [ʌ]
  6. 6. shoe → [u:]
  7. 7. afternoon → [u:]
  8. 8. cousin → [ʌ]
  9. 9. do → [u:]
  10. 10. move → [u:]

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24. Phonetic Transcription How is th pronounced in the following words – voiceless [θ] or voiced [ð]?
1. Thursday →

2. thanks →

3. birthday →

4. brother →

5. everything →

6. the →

7. them →

8. father →

9. thing →

10. there →

  1. 1. Thursday → voiceless [θ]
  2. 2. thanks → voiceless [θ]
  3. 3. birthday → voiceless [θ]
  4. 4. brother → voiced [ð]
  5. 5. everything → voiceless [θ]
  6. 6. the → voiced [ð]
  7. 7. them → voiced [ð]
  8. 8. father → voiced [ð]
  9. 9. thing → voiceless [θ]
  10. 10.there → voiced [ð]

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