Grammar: We continued to look at simple sentences and identified the subjects and the verbs, and then we had a go at punctuating simple sentences - with full stops rather than commas if the sentences looked too short ...
Here's a way to reeally annoy your friends and family - and your teacher - by learning and practising onomatopoeiac words.
Here's a silly song about onomatopoeia.
And of course, no examples of onomatopoeia could be complete without Batman!
And who would have thought that animals sound so different in other languages.
And here's some onomatopoeia you may recognise from songs.
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