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Sound Words. RED HOT ROOT WORDS. Mrs. Pope 7 th Grade Reading. Lesson 33 . Red Hot Root Words. audible. adjective. loud enough to be heard. audible. The puppy’s whimper was barely audible . audition. noun. a hearing to test the abilities of a speaker, actor, or musician.

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Red hot root words

Sound Words

RED HOT ROOT WORDS

Mrs. Pope

7th Grade Reading

Lesson 33


Red hot root words1

Red Hot Root Words


Audible

audible

  • adjective

  • loud enough to be heard


Audible1

audible

The puppy’s whimper was barely audible.


Audition

audition

  • noun

  • a hearing to test the abilities of a speaker, actor, or musician


Audition1

audition

After the audition he waited in the hall to find out if he made it through to the next round.


Auditory

auditory

  • adjective

  • relating to hearing


Auditory1

auditory

Listening to loud music damaged his auditory nerve.


Phonetics

phonetics

  • noun

  • the study of speech


Phonetics1

phonetics

After studying phonetics, she was able to spell and read better.


Phonograph

phonograph

  • noun

  • a machine to reproduce sound by using records


Phonograph1

phonograph

The music blared from the phonograph.


Sonar

sonar

  • noun

  • a way of using sound to locate objects under water


Sonar1

sonar

The treasure hunters used sonar to locate the old ship wreck on the ocean floor.


Sonnet

sonnet

  • noun

  • a 14-line poem


Sonnet1

sonnet

His sonnet expressed his love for his wife.


Sonorous

sonorous

  • adjective

  • capable of emitting a sound, especially with a rich, full quality


Sonorous1

sonorous

The sonorous tuba pumped out the melody.


Symphony

symphony

  • noun

  • a musical composition for an orchestra; harmony of sounds


Symphony1

symphony

The audience sat attentively as the orchestra played the symphony.


Unison

unison

  • noun

  • sounding the same note or tone at the same time; agreement; harmony


Unison1

unison

When the teacher asked if the class wanted to play on the playground, the students answered in unison.


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