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"phon, phone" = sound, voice
euphonic (adj) having a nice sound; pleasant combination of sounds in words
gramophone (n) a device used to play the sounds of music as written on records
homophone (n) a word that has the same sound but a different meaning as another word
megaphone (n) a large funnel-shaped device used to make the voice sound louder by directing the sound waves straight out to listeners
microphone (n) a device used to make small voices sound larger, especially in a big room
phonics (n) the sounds that letters make and letters that are used to represent sounds
saxophone (n) a woodwind instrument that sends out sounds through its metal body
ROOT WORDS Phon, Phono, Phone = sound, voice. Cacophony Harsh sounds; bad noise.
Phon, phono, phone= sound, voice. cacophony (n) Harsh sounds; bad noise.
= sound, voice Word List: phon, phono, phone harsh sounds; bad noise cacophony https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pla yer_embedded&v=YpjJNavdrmc.
= sound, voice Word List: phon, phono, phone What is the meaning of the suffix ology?
Strain, Strict, String = bind, tie, or draw tight.
PHON, PHONO, PHONE = SOUND, VOICE STRAIN, STRICT, STRING = BIND, TIE OR DRAW TIGHT.
= sound, voice Read-Around Review: phon, phono, phone.
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