Ielts Speaking: Greeting The Examiner - Ielts Preparation Videos - October 2021
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IELTS Speaking: Greeting the examiner

IELTS Speaking: Greeting the examiner. Learn useful tips for the 4 questions asked by the examiner for the greeting and ID check at the start of the IELTS speaking test. Make sure you are fully prepared, confident and ready to give the examiner a good first impression.

IELTS Speaking: Greeting the examiner

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  1. The correct way to pronounce "my name is" or "my name's" is "my name iz" not "is" the same goes for "my name's" z not s, so "my name'z" . Vowels and strong consonants before that "s" makes "s" be pronounced "z". Soft consonants such as T, P, K keep "s". The same rule applies for regular plural nouns (pronounced nounz) : ladies = ladiez, boys = boyz, desks = desks, gloves = glovz, storms = stormz so please (pleaz). Thank you. PS one name, two names (prononced namez). The same way you have with the regular verbs (verbz); we have 2 pronounciations: D when vowel or hard consonant sound before ed: cried=cried, loved=lovd. . . . or T when soft consonant before ed : walked = walkt, talked = talkt , . . . . . there are exceptions also, of course : rushed=rusht and few more others. Try and straighten your pronunciation up. Good luck with it :)

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