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    Sound

    Does whoever is reading this think every sound is already created?
    Last edited by mawes12; 16-Jun-2015 at 01:13.

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    Re: Sound

    I am not a teacher.


    Does whoever reads this think every sound has already been created?


    No.

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    Re: Sound

    Maybe you're right but I make some sounds in my head and it sounds like I'm using the alphabet. I'm bilingual if you wanted to know.

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    Re: Sound

    Which two languages do you speak fluently?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Sound

    I speak Spanish and English. How about you? If it doesn't bother you for me to ask.
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    Re: Sound

    Quote Originally Posted by mawes12 View Post
    ... spanish and english.
    Proper capitalization is a must on this forum.
    Not a teacher.


    Quote Originally Posted by mawes12 View Post
    I make some sounds in my head
    What sounds do you mean?

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    Re: Sound

    I mean random sounds. When someone/something speaks/makes noises, they make sounds.
    Last edited by mawes12; 09-Jul-2015 at 14:45.

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    Re: Sound

    Quote Originally Posted by mawes12 View Post
    Does whoever will is read​ing this think every sound is has already been created?
    Quote Originally Posted by mawes12 View Post
    I speak Spanish and English. How about you (if it don't doesn't bother you for me to ask)?
    Quote Originally Posted by mawes12 View Post
    I mean random sounds. When someone/something speaks, they make sounds.
    Based on your English in this thread, I disagree with your assertion that you speak English fluently and are bilingual. I mean no offence but you brought up your being bilingual as somehow being relevant to your point. I didn't what what relevance you thought it had and I still don't.

    "Things" don't speak so you can't say "something speaks". Only people speak so you can only use "someone" in that context.

    It is impossible to say if all sounds have already been created or spoken by someone, somewhere on the planet.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Based on your English in this thread, I disagree with your assertion that you speak English fluently and are bilingual. I mean no offence but you brought up your being bilingual as somehow being relevant to your point. I didn't what what relevance you thought it had and I still don't.

    "Things" don't speak so you can't say "something speaks". Only people speak so you can only use "someone" in that context.

    It is impossible to say if all sounds have already been created or spoken by someone, somewhere on the planet.
    You didn't answer my question. When I said things, I meant animals/nature items making noises. But thanks for correcting me and when I said I'm bilingual, I think, I meant, there is different alphabets but it can have the same sound as other languages.
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    So do you guys think there is more alphabets we can put in the alphabet list?

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