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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
Which of the following words cannot be pronounced with both an S and a Z sound?

Which of the following words can be pronounced with both an S and a Z sound?

Thinking back to the words listed in the video, which part of speech is pronounced with a Z sound?

Thinking back to the words listed in the video, which two parts of speech are pronounced with an S sound?

Which of the following spellings of lose/loose is incorrect?

Which of the following spellings of advice/advise is incorrect?

Which of the following spellings of lose/loose is correct?

Which of the following spellings of advice/advise is correct?

Which of the following uses of "house" should be pronounced with a Z sound?

Which of the following uses of "use" should be pronounced with an S sound?


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32 Comments on “English Pronunciation: Learn when and how to say the S & Z sound”


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Yhank u your advice was very helpful.

Wednesday, January 8th 2020

I did’n know these rules. Thanks!

Wednesday, January 8th 2020

    Why

    Friday, January 31st 2020

goood video

Wednesday, January 8th 2020

Thank you very much Gill for the advice

Wednesday, January 8th 2020

I got 10/10, your explaination is very clearly so i can understand total the lesson. Thank Gill

Wednesday, January 8th 2020

Thank you so much Gill!! With such good explanations there´s no excuse (S sound) to skip your lessons ;)

Wednesday, January 8th 2020

In the question 6, isn’t the first alternative possible as well?

Wednesday, January 8th 2020

    Hi there. Advise is a verb , the noun form is : advice.

    Saturday, January 18th 2020

    The first example is the incorrect one — ‘the best advise’ should be ‘the best advice’ (noun spelling, not verb spelling) :-)

    Thursday, January 23rd 2020

Thanks,very helpful.

Wednesday, January 8th 2020

Hello Gill .
Are these pronunciations used everywhere or just in British English.
See you

Thursday, January 9th 2020

    This is for all kinds of English!

    Sunday, January 12th 2020

I’m looking for the A1-A2 level English. Actually, I got A2 but that’s not enough. I think you have to special lesson from Cambridge Press Book.

I like your class but you’re speak very slowly. When you speak little fast I can watch your video.

Thursday, January 9th 2020

Hello Mrs Gill thank you for this lesson, I got 100

Thursday, January 9th 2020

Thanks so much Gill,I got 60.

Thursday, January 9th 2020

Thank you Gill your lesson is very useful.

Thursday, January 9th 2020

Why l can’t see videos? Pls help me 🙏🙏🙏

Friday, January 10th 2020

    All our videos are on YouTube, which is blocked in some places. You may need to use a VPN.

    Sunday, January 12th 2020

You are an amazing teacher. Thank you very much.

Monday, January 13th 2020

Thank you Gill, Happy New Year!
By the way, No.4 Question’s answer is two, adjective or adverb, and adjective or noun.
Isn’t it?

Tuesday, January 14th 2020

    Hello, yes you’re right — apologies, there is a mistake in the quiz. The S sound appears in adjective, adverb and noun.

    Thursday, January 23rd 2020

      PS: The wording of the quiz for Q4 has now been corrected. Thank you for letting us know about it :-)

      Friday, January 24th 2020

Thank you.

Saturday, January 18th 2020

Thanks,you’ve added value to my life.

Sunday, January 19th 2020

Don’t lose the your earphone…
The tiger is on the loose.

Monday, January 20th 2020

My bicycle is broken – it is of no use for me.
In that sentence,” It is of ” I don’t understand that usage.
Please explain to me about that usage.

Monday, January 20th 2020

    It’s a particular style of speaking in English — if something is “of use to me” that means it’s “useful to me” :-)

    Thursday, January 23rd 2020

thank you

Saturday, January 25th 2020

Brilliant It was very helpful Cheers

Sunday, January 26th 2020

thank you… I hope to learn more.

Sunday, February 2nd 2020

Thank you so much Gill. It is such a pleasure to watch your lessons and listen to your beautiful pronunciation.

Thursday, February 13th 2020
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