Sounds Made by Various Objects
A sound is what you hear or can be heard while a noise is a sound, especially a loud or unpleasant one.
For Example: When leaves, clothes or papers are rubbed against each other the sound produced is called ‘rustle’.
The human ear and the human voice are also related when it comes to speech and communication. The combination of the voice, the ear, and speech can help children become great readers and writers. Sound has been around for ages; it is universal in all varied and complex environments. Onomatopoeia is the formation or use of words such as buzz or murmur that imitate the sounds associated with the objects or actions they refer to. An onomatope is a particular word that imitates the sound it denotes.
Clouds – thunder
I was frightened hearing the clouds thunder.
Flags – Flutter
The flag fluttered due to wind.