Giving names, phone numbers & email addresses in English

by Lea Hook / 26 November 2013 / No Comments

If you know the English alphabet and numbers, why not refresh your memory in our dictation exercise below? It will help if you ever have to give or receive contact details by phone.

First, have a quick look at the useful terms we often hear in email addresses and phone numbers.
Then listen to the video of Louisa giving name, email and phone information and write what you hear.
The answers are at the bottom of the page. No cheating! Watch the video first

Start dictation now. Watch  video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwQB1Ivjt14

Useful terms for email addresses/phone numbers etc.

@ at

. dot

0 zero (number)  o  oh (letter)

rr (double r)

t for tango (to identify letters. E.g. R for romeo)

 

Dictation answers from the YouTube video

I thought I said, no looking!

Abi warren. 07899 346550 warren77@gmail.com

Georgie cantah 03556 211899 yankie@freeserve.fr

Olya Manhata 0781 675 8770 Olya89@btinternet.co.uk

 

Can you spell these out? Try reading aloud

Dr. Farah Corey 8789 765 4335 doctorinthehouse@simple.com

Mrs H Yelstone 767 787 8776 yells767@googlemail.com

Have you tried our English dates and days dictation?

How did you do? To practise further and to help refine your pronunciation of English names, email addresses and phone numbers, enrol with Phone English and practise your English 1-1 with a qualified, native English speaker.

About the author:

My name is Lea Hook.
I’m am the proud owner of Phone English Online Language School.
Phone English was created in 2004 by Louisa and William when Skype had just been invented, it moved with the times and since then other platforms have been used such as Zoom, Meet etc. I have been working with Phone English since 2013.
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