Learning to transcribe the initial and final sounds of words

Learning to transcribe the initial and final sounds of words

transcribe the initial and final sounds of words
Learning to transcribe the initial and final sounds of words 

1. Transcribe the initial and final sounds in each of the following words:

ago (/əˈɡəʊ/) =>  /əʊ/

air(/eə(r)/) => /e(r)/

arm(/ɑː(r)m/) =>  /ɑm/

at(strong/æt/ weak/ət/) =>  /ət/

ate (/et/,/eɪt/,/eɪt/)=>  /et/

Bay( /beɪ/)=>  /bɪ/

chairs(/tʃeə(r)/) =>/tr/

cow(/ˈkaʊ/) => //

dish(/dɪʃ/) =>//

Earth( /ɜː(r)θ/)=>/ɜθ/

enter(/ˈentə(r)/)  =>/er/

fox (/fɒks/)=>/fs/

Free(/friː/)=>/fi/

Give(/ɡɪv/)=>/ɡv/

High( /haɪ/)=>//

jelly (/ˈdʒeli/) =>/di/

Look(/lʊk/)=>/lk/

Money( /ˈmʌni/)=>/mi/

Near(/nɪə(r)/) =>/nr/

neck (/nek/)=>/nk/

October( /ɒkˈtəʊbə(r)/)=>/ɒr/

oyster (/ˈɔɪstə(r)/)=>/ɔr/

Poor(/pɔː(r)/)=>/p(r)/

Real (/rɪəl/)=>/rl/

The(/ði/) =>/ði/

Thing(/θɪŋ/)=>/θɪŋ/

Two(/tuː/)=>/tuː/

Uncle(/ˈʌŋk(ə)l/)=>/ʌl/

Young(/jʌŋ/)=>//

2. What English words are represented by the following transcriptions?

/ʃot/ (shot), /treʒə/ (treasure), /kju:t/ (cute), /ju:/ (you),/mİ:t/ (meat), /tʃ3:tʃ/(church)

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