Gave my some sounds words at many you can write
eg:bang , ouch
有幾多,寫幾多.(IN ENGLISH)yhank you!
(the people who write the most sounds words ,can get 10 points)
- 風平浪靜海闊天空Lv 57 years agoFavorite Answer
This kind of words are called onomatopoeia, and this word is derived from Greek.
There is a complete list in the reference website below.
achoo, ahem, baa, bah, bam, bang, bawl, beep, belch, boing, bong, bonk, boo, bu,mp, buzz, chatter, cheep, chime, chirp, chitter, clang, clank, clap, clatter, click, clink, cluck, crack, crackle, crunch, cuckoo, ding, drip, dong, eek, fizz, flick, flutter, growl, gurgle, hack, hiccup, hiss, honk, huh, hum, jangle, jingle, knock, meow, moo, mumble, murmur neigh, oink, ouch, ow, phew, ping, plop, plunk, pop, purr, quack, rattle, roar, rumble, rustle, screech, shush, sizzle, slap, slurp, smack, sniff, snip, snort, splash, squelch, squish, swoosh, thud, thump, ticktock, tinkle, tsk, twang, tweet, ugh, vroom, whack, wham, whir, whizz, whoop, whoosh, woof, yikes, zap, zing, zip, zoomSource(s): http://www.examples-of-onomatopoeia.com/
- Anonymous7 years ago
1st problem: Its GIVE not GAVE, you should use PRESENT TENSE
Sound Words: bark hushed haw gurgling loud wail cry noisy moan howl reverberating tinkle thump whine thundering whistling lapping boom whimper crunching sloshing squeal snapping splash quietly whisper raspy snarl rustle softly snort thud scream harsh deafening
2nd problem: Not PEOPLE is PERSON because you are talking on A PARTICULAR person (1 person)