When it’s necessary to spell names or difficult words on the telephone, speakers use letter names spelling known names and words to illustrate the letters in the words that they spell. Military and aviation personnel use a different list of words to illustrate the letters of the words that they spell. The table below shows the traditional list of names, other typical variants, and the list used by the military and in aviation.
Когда нужно продиктовать по телефону имена или трудные слова по буквам, говорящие используют широко известные имена и слова для пояснения букв в словах, которые они диктуют по буквам. Военный и авиационный персонал используют другой список слов для пояснения букв в словах, которые они диктуют по буквам. В таблице ниже приведены традиционный список имен, другие типичные варианты, и список, который используется военными и в авиации. Examples My name is Alexey Tumanov.
How do you spell your last name, please? That’s T as in Thomas, U as in Utah, M as in Mary, A as in Alice, N as in Nellie, O as in Oscar, V as in Victor. How do you spell your first name, please? That’s A as in Alice, L as in Lewis, E as in Edward, X as in X-ray, E as in Edward, Y as in Young. How do you spell your name, please? That’s R as in Robert, O as in Oliver, S as in Samuel, C as in Charles, H as in Henry, I as in Ida, N as in Nellie, A as in Alice. My last name is Krossman, with a K and double S.
Can you spell the name of your company, please? Can you spell it again, please? What is the name of your company again? That’s T as in Tom, E as in Edward, K as in Kate, H as in Harry, M as in Mike, I as in India, R as in Robert. If kids are new to the topic, or if they need some help with their spelling, introduce the vocabulary by using our wordlist or picture dictionary before playing the game. Otherwise, they may find it quite difficult.