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Onomatopoeia

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Kaleigh Boland

on 28 January 2016

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Transcript of Onomatopoeia

Onomatopoeia
What does this mean?
What the word onomatopoeia means is, " a word that sounds like the sound it makes". So, if you were to pronounce a word in the catagory of ononatopoeia, it would sound just like it would if the sound were to happen.
Examples
~Bang
~Crack
~Sizzle
~Drip
~Boom
~Ouch
~Tick-tock
~Snip
~Snap
~Flop
~Splat
How do you use this?
How you use onomatopoeia is, when you are discribing an action or process.

For example, the dog jumped into the pool creating a big splash around him.




http://www.vappingo.com/word-blog/101-examples-of-onomatopoeia-in-sentences/
More Examples
~Click
~Chirp
~Clap
~Cough
~Pop
~Purr
~Spit
~Zapped
~Splattered
~Splashed
~Knock
By: Kaleigh and Ryan
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