Learning to transcribe the initial and final sounds of words

1. Transcribe the initial and final sounds in each of the following words:

ago (/əˈɡəʊ/) =>  /əʊ/

air(/eə(r)/) => /e(r)/

arm(/ɑː(r)m/) =>  /ɑm/

at(strong/æt/ weak/ət/) =>  /ət/

ate (/et/,/eɪt/,/eɪt/)=>  /et/

Bay( /beɪ/)=>  /bɪ/

chairs(/tʃeə(r)/) =>/tr/

cow(/ˈkaʊ/) => //

dish(/dɪʃ/) =>//

Earth( /ɜː(r)θ/)=>/ɜθ/

enter(/ˈentə(r)/)  =>/er/

fox (/fɒks/)=>/fs/

Free(/friː/)=>/fi/

Give(/ɡɪv/)=>/ɡv/

High( /haɪ/)=>//

jelly (/ˈdʒeli/) =>/di/

Look(/lʊk/)=>/lk/

Money( /ˈmʌni/)=>/mi/

Near(/nɪə(r)/) =>/nr/

neck (/nek/)=>/nk/

October( /ɒkˈtəʊbə(r)/)=>/ɒr/

oyster (/ˈɔɪstə(r)/)=>/ɔr/

Poor(/pɔː(r)/)=>/p(r)/

Real (/rɪəl/)=>/rl/

The(/ði/) =>/ði/

Thing(/θɪŋ/)=>/θɪŋ/

Two(/tuː/)=>/tuː/

Uncle(/ˈʌŋk(ə)l/)=>/ʌl/

Young(/jʌŋ/)=>//

2. What English words are represented by the following transcriptions?

/ʃot/  (shot), /treʒə/  (treasure), /kju:t/ (cute), /ju:/ (you),/mİ:t/ (meat), /tʃ3:tʃ/(church)

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