Punctuation in IELTS Listening
Can I write answers using commas?
The speaker on the tape was talking about vitamins, their functions, which products we can get them from. When talking about vitamin C she said:
We need 30 mg a day, and can only really get this amount from eating plenty of citrus fruit and fresh vegetables.
(Her exact words. If you are wondered how I managed to memorize them: I was doing a practice listening and I just pasted the sentence from a transcript)
I could write no more than 3 words, and in a column where to get it, I wrote: citrus fruits, vegetables.
In answer key, the correct answer was: fruits and vegetables.
So my questions is: can I write answers using commas or it will be considered as incorrect?
Writing Mr and Mrs
For the Listening part, should we write the full stops in name titles, like "Mr.", "Mrs."?
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