English Language Spelling

 

Learn English spelling

One of the biggest frustrations for people trying to learn English is the, sometimes, illogical relationship between spelling and pronunciation. The English language is a mixture of Old English, French, old German and many others.

This little English exercise should help you to see how speaking is easier than writing!

Same SOUND different SPELLING

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Question 1
The pronunciation of this sentence is correct, but two words aren't spelt correctly: It was made of steal and was very difficult to brake
A
steel, braik
B
stele, braik
C
stele, break
D
steel, break
Question 2
The pronunciation of this sentence is correct, but two words aren't spelt correctly: John never nose weather he has to work at the weekends.
A
nouse, wether
B
nause, wether
C
noise, walk
D
knows, whether
Question 3
The pronunciation of this sentence is correct, but two words aren't spelt correctly: Yes, that's write. The guessed stayed four days
A
rite, guesst
B
right, gest
C
rite, guest
D
right, guest
Question 4
The pronunciation of this sentence is correct, but two words aren't spelt correctly: Eye don't want to meat him tomorrow
A
I, met
B
I, meet
C
Hi, mete
D
Hi, meet
Question 5
The pronunciation of this sentence is correct, but two words aren't spelt correctly: - What's the wait of this peace? - About 3 kilos.
A
weigh, pease
B
weigh, piece
C
weight, pease
D
weight, piece
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