01. A bee got stuck in my bicycle helmet, and I could hear it [buzzing] around, and was scared it would sting me.
02. When you get to the front door of the apartment building, just [buzz] me, and I'll let you in.
03. After smoking a couple of joints and drinking a couple of beer, the guys had a real [buzz] on.
04. The planes [buzzed] overhead, and then we could see the parachuters floating down towards us.
05. There were mosquitoes [buzzing] around in our tent all night, so I couldn't sleep very well.
06. The lunchroom was [buzzing] with the news of the possible teachers' strike.
07. One of the speakers on your stereo is making a strange [buzzing] sound; I think there may be something wrong with it.
08. The [buzzing] of flies and bees is simply the sound of their wings moving up and down at a rapid rate.
09. When you get here, just [buzz] me on the intercom, and I'll let you in the front door.
10. I had a strange [buzzing] sound in my ear when I had a high fever.
11. A fly was [buzzing] around the room while I was trying to study, and it kept distracting me.
12. Whenever I hear a small plane [buzzing] overhead it reminds me of the first time I went sky-diving.
13. There were birds flying around, and bees [buzzing] among the flowers as we walked through the park.
14. The lights in our classroom are making an annoying [buzz] that the electricians can't seem to fix.
15. The [buzz] of the toy airplane was quite loud.
16. The intercom [buzzed] in the apartment; our guests had arrived.
17. The fighter planes [buzzed] across the sky.
18. The air was filled with the [buzz] of countless tiny insects.
19. The office was [buzzing] with the news of the department head's firing
20. I had lots of ideas [buzzing] around in my head, but I didn't know where to start.
21. She needs her morning coffee to give her the [buzz] necessary to get working.
22. We smoked a joint, and got a real [buzz] off it.
23. There were helicopters [buzzing] all around, looking for survivors of the shipwreck.
24. Winnie-the-Pooh once said, "Isn't it funny how a bear likes honey? [Buzz]! [Buzz]! [Buzz]! I wonder why he does?"
25. A Georgian proverb notes that the [buzzing] of the flies does not turn them into bees.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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