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Spelling Quiz 1

The accuracy of your spelling is assessed in the Writing sub-test. To achieve a B grade, you do not have to have perfect spelling but it’s always good to aim for perfection. Some misspelled words will stand out more than others. For example: misspelling writting in the phrase: I am writing to… Or, misspelling sincerly in the closing phrase: Yours sincerely. Make a good impression and make sure you avoid such simple mistakes.

While both American and British spelling conventions are accepted, you need to be consistent with your spelling of the same word throughout the letter. For example, if you use the American spelling of tumor then all other occurrences of this word should use American spelling rather than the British spelling: tumour.

  • Question of

    The opposite of “being present”:

    • Absense
    • Absence
  • Question of

    Something that is not rejected:

    • acceptible
    • acceptable
    • accepteble
  • Question of

    Somewhere that can be reached:

    • accessible
    • accessable
  • Question of

    An arrangement for stay:

    • accomodation
    • acommodation
    • accommodation
  • Question of

    The act of completing:

    • acomplish
    • accomplish
    • accumplish
  • Question of

    Win

    • achievement
    • acheivement
  • Question of

    Get someone’s something:

    • accuire
    • accquire
    • acquire
    • acqure
  • Question of

    Mr Parker has been _____.

    • adviced
    • advised
  • Question of

    If she requires any _____, please provide her.

    • advise
    • advice
  • Question of

    She lives in her ______.

    • apartment
    • appartment
  • Question of

    She is European by ______.

    • appearence
    • appearance
    • apearance
  • Question of

    Kindly avoid _____.

    • arguments
    • arguement
  • Question of

    He is working hard to acquire an _____ look.

    • atheletic
    • athletic
  • Question of

    Kovacs had very poor ______ in the last three months.

    • attendence
    • attendance

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