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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. jolted
  2. startling
  3. annoying
  4. low
  5. tow
  1. a (adjective)causing irritation. That noise is very _________.
  2. b (adj.) - quiet.

    For example: I couldn't hear him because he was talking too ____.
  3. c (adj) something bumping or shocking.
    -the car accident was _____.
  4. d (verb) to pull behind another vehicle with a rope or chain
    -The car was ______ to the nearest garage after the accident.
  5. e (adjective.)-very surprising, shocking, or frightening
    For example:That gun shot was very ______.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (noun)a small device that makes a very high and loud sound when a person blows air through it.
    The policeman blew his __________.
  2. (n.) - something that causes a person to be hurt, angry, or upset.

    For example : No _____ , but I think you are mistaken.
  3. -( verb )a piece of equipment that produces a loud, high-pitched warning sound
    a woman who is very attractive but also dangerous
    ▪ Newt imitated a police _______softly
  4. -(adj)having a very loud, high-pitched sound
    -( verb )to make a very loud, high-pitched sound
    ▪ The bell _______s .
  5. ( verb ) - to make a low continuous humming sound like that of a bee .
    - Files were ________ing around the picnic tables .
    (noun ) -a low sound, as of many voices in conversation .
    - We heard the ________ of the bees as we walk through the garden .

5 True/False questions

  1. soft-(adj)of or relating to sound, sound waves, or the speed of sound
    -he concert was a ______ extravaganza.

          

  2. vigilante(verb) -to make or cause to make a loud resounding noise, as metal when struck .
    - His fork _______ed against the plate .
    (noun ) - a resounding metallic noise .
    - He could hear the _________ of distant bells .

          

  3. piercing-(verb) to cause (an object or device, such as a bell or cell phone) to make a sound to make a sound
    - She ______ a little bell.

          

  4. faint.-(adjective) lacking clarity or brightness or loudness
    A ____blush came into her cheek. I could barely hear the faint sound.

          

  5. defective(ADJ) having a problem or flaw, not perfect
    they will replace defective goods for free.