achoo: "Achoo!!", echoed around the room as the boy sneezed loudly.
ahem: "Ahem", the teacher exclaimed to get the attention of the two students who were talking in class.
baa: "Baa Baa" noised the lamb to attract his mother's attention.
bah: "Bah! I'm tired of writing these sentences!"
bam: Johnny was daydreaming in outfield, when bam, seemingly out of nowhere the baseball landed at his feet.
bang: Bang, went the door as the gust of wind slammed it shut.
bawl: "Bawl!" exclaimed the man as he hit his thumb with the hammer.
beep: "Beep, Beep!" the driver honked her horn to warn the inattentive driver.
belch: After drinking too much soda the boy let out a great belch!
boing: Boing, went the spring as the pressure on it was released.
bong: Bong, bong, bong rang the bells calling people to the next church service.
bonk: The baseball bat made a loud bonk when it connected with the ball.
boo: John jumped when his younger sister leapt out from behind the door and shouted "Boo!"
bump: There was a loud bump when the boy fell into the door.
buzz: As the computer got hotter, you could hear the buzz of its fan trying to cool the CPU down.
chatter: From the porch they could hear the chitter chatter of the squirrels.
cheep: "Cheep, cheep" went the young bird as his mother feed him.
chime: The chime of the bell woke Henry from his deep sleep.
chirp: "Chirp, chirp" said the mother bird when feeding her babies.
chitter: The chitter chatter of the monkeys made the children laugh when their class visited the Zoo.
clang: Young Edward laughed as he bashed his mother's cooking pots together with a loud clang.
clank: There was a repetitive clank as the old printing press worked through the night.
clap: With a loud clap of the magician's hands his assistant disappeared.
clatter: There was a clatter as the dishes were put on the shelf.
click: Click, the key turned in the lock and the door opened.
clink: Clink went the guest's glasses after the wedding toast.
cluck: "Cluck, cluck" sounded the hen as she looked pecked about for her breakfast.
crack: "Crack! Crack!", went the cowboy's whip at the rodeo.
crackle: There was a crackle of burning leaves as the bonfire was lit.
crunch: The boy crushed the soda can with a loud crunch!
cuckoo: "Cuckoo ,cuckoo", cried the cuckoo bird.
ding: Ding-dong rang the doorbell.
drip: Mary could hear the drip of the leaky kitchen tap.
dong: "Dong, Dong" rang the church bell calling people to Mass.
eek: "Eek! Is that how much it cost!"
fizz: He could hear the mouth-watering fizz of the soda bubbles popping when he poured the drink into the glass.
flick: Flick, on went the light switch.
flutter: There was a great flutter of bird wings when the cat entered the garden.