Basically, they begin with some vibrating object producing that sound.
because she was afraid of getting sick
it begin with the upper cuts of the vibration
WHO is Brooke going to marry, you idiot. Don't try to sound smarter than you are. I'm not even going to begin to explain whom vs. who to such a failure.
Because of the gravity of the earth
"will sound" or "[am/are/is] going to sound"
An object that begins with a 'yoo' sound is a ukulele.
The vibrations from the speaker that the instruments are connected to.
Because of the vibrations in the air.
Some words that begin with the short 'i' sound are: information intuition inability invariably
sirius and the sun are some
No. "An" is used before words that begin with a vowel sound, but not all words that begin with vowels begin with vowel sounds. "Urinalysis" begins with a "y" sound, so you would use "a" rather than "an" before it as you would for any word that begins with a "y" sound: a urinalysis, a yawn. Examples of words that begin with "u" and also begin with a vowel sound are "udder", "ugly", and "unhappy".
No country begins with the sound 'sh'
No it is not. In fact, There are no Hebrew names that begin with F, because Hebrew words cannot begin with the F sound
Guitar transmitters are used to transmit the sound that the musician is creating on the guitar to a speaker which is magnifying the sound for the audience.
Words that begin with the same sound as net are: not normal never Nevada nor net never north necessary
is when sound going up wave is going down
Two thing that begin with the same sounds as pumpkin
Michael performed for an audience when he was five. He sang the song "Climb every Mountain" from the musical The sound of Music.
When somebody needed their sound proofing.
when you pluck the string(s)
The sound of an accordion is a recognizable sound. An ambulance siren is a recognizable noise.
The violin makes a distinctive sound.
Others are where and who. They are all words that begin with 'wh' and also they begin with the 'h' sound. Some speakers drop the 'h' sound from the first four.