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Transcript of Onomatopeia
zing, zip, bam, zoom, crash, biff, slurp, wham,
sok, pop, and puff. 1. What is Onomatopoeia?
2. Do you use Onomatopoeia in everyday life?
if so how?
3. Do book authors use Onomatopoeia in their
4. Give three examples of Onomatopoeia.
5. True or False, Onomatopoeia is pronoun. 1. An onomatopoeia is the use of words
that imitate the objects they refer to.
2. Yes we do. We say words such as zip or boom.
3. Yes they do.
4. Zip, boom, puff. (or any other one.)
5.False By Jacob Ball and Shane Tapper 3. An Onomatopoeia is the formation or use of
words such as buzz that imitate the sounds
associated with the objects or actions they
refer to. You may not know this but you use
Onomatopoeia almost everyday. You
may say a word like zip or boom. Most
book authors use Onomatopoeia
in their books.