Choosing Singular or Plural in IELTS Listening
by Mani - Money13
Hi, I need your help to understand below points, request you to help for this.
Listening Question Type-
Ques: If I am not sure about singular or plural of word what Speaker said during conversation, in that scenarios can I write the answer like this e.g. correct answer is 'applications' but since I was not sure I have given answer like this 'application(s)'
Is above answer is correct one or not? one of my friend told me either you can write 'application' or 'applications' but you can't write like this 'application(s)' this way of writing is not accepted in IELTS exams.
Ques: Can I use '/' sign for alternate answers in my Answer sheet for listening test e.g. Speaker says hotel name LondonArms but since I was not sure whether London Arms are two different words or single word. I gave answer like this 'London Arms/ LondanArms'
Is the above way of answering is correct?
Or If I am not sure about spelling of any word, can I give answer like this 'occurrance/occurrence'
In what condition I can use '/' sign in my answer.
Singular & Plural in IELTS Listening
by M. Noman
I have uncertain about this apparently trivial thing in IELTS listening - the singular & plural difference. Need to know from experts if it's worth worrying about.
For example, the question says: Method students use to collect data is _________ .
I wrote "interview" but answer says "interviews"
Does it really matter? What I understand, both would give same meaning in real scenario of listening.