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Sounds and the human voice

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lorena's version from 2016-02-17 18:02

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to drip / a drip /drɪp/gotear / un goteo
to buzz / a buzz/bʌz/zumbar / un zumbido
to hoot / a hoottocar la bocina / el claxon, un bocinazo
to slurp / a slurp /sl3ːp/sorber, un sorbo
to snore / a snore /snɔːʳ/roncar, un ronquido
to tick / the tick of a clockhacer tic tac, el tic tac de un reloj
to creak / the creak /kriːk/crujir, el crujir
to hum /hʌm/tararear
the hum e.g. We could hear the hum of the crowd as we approached the stadiumel ruido
to bang e.g. He banged his fist on the tablegulper
a bang e.g. There was a loud bang on the doorun golpe e.g. La puerta se cerró de un protazo.
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