ORAL AND LISTENING SKILLS - SUMMATIVE TEST
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It is smallest unit of speech distinguishing one word or word element from another.29
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It is smallest unit of speech distinguishing one word or word element from another.
It is a combination of three main components - intonation, liaisons, and pronunciation.
This refers to speech music.
This refers to the spoken sound of vowel, consonants or combinations.
This refers to word connections.
In these examples of words, separate words based on its vowels, whether tense or lax.
glasses, beauty, speed, crash, group, recite, pull, girl, boat, stone,Users sort answers between categoriesSorting120sEditDelete
Group these words whether it is under voiced or unvoiced consonants.
sing, shore, food, laugh, jump, cheers, day, dawning, she, measureUsers sort answers between categoriesSorting120sEditDelete
Complete the sentence: Do not speak ______________________.Users enter free textType an Answer45sEditDelete
Complete the sentence: Get ___________ or raise the volume.Users enter free textType an Answer45sEditDelete
Complete the sentence: Use staircase __________________.Users enter free textType an Answer45sEditDelete
Complete the sentence: Connect words to form ___________ groups.Users enter free textType an Answer45sEditDelete
Supply the missing letters to complete the word: Change the p_ _ _ _.Users enter free textType an Answer45sEditDelete
Which of the tips on improving your Listening Skills do you think is most significant? Why?Users enter free textType an Answer300sEditDelete
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