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IELTS Listening: one word or two?

People often ask me the following question:

Is it acceptable to write words like "bookshop" or "seafood" as two words (book shop, sea food)?

To answer this question, you need to look at the question instructions.

  • If the instruction says that you can use more than one word, "book shop" and "sea food" would be accepted.
  • However, if the instruction tells you to use only one word, you must write "bookshop" or "seafood". If you write two words, its wrong!

Note: When doing practice tests, use a dictionary to find out whether we normally write one word or two.


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