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Onomatopoeias (Teacher Frank)
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Onomatopoeias are words which imitate the original sound of the thing referred (a bit or a lot). For example, when we say that a cat meows or a cow moos, we are using the original sounds of the animals to make an English verb.

This video will teach you quite a lot of onomatopoeias, comparing the words to the original sounds inspiring them.

It also comes with some advertisement included, at the end.

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