01. The door closed with a [click].
02. My girlfriend and I [clicked] the first time we met.
03. If you [click] on the picture of the ball, you'll see the latest pictures from the soccer tournament.
04. We could hear the [clicking] of the dog's claws on the kitchen floor.
05. Luckily, I [clicked] with my husband's mother, and we've become the best of friends.
06. I heard the camera [click], but the flash didn't go off.
07. You have to double [click] on the icon to open the file.
08. When I saw her smiling and talking to my friend, it all [clicked]; she was cheating on me with him.
09. In 'The Wizard of Oz,' Dorothy [clicked] her heels together and said 'There's no place like home' three times, and then she woke up at home in bed.
10. [Clicking] sounds appear in a number of different languages spoken in Africa.
11. Penelope and Brad went out together a few times but it never really [clicked] for them, and they stopped seeing each other after about a month.
12. It all [clicked] when the detective found the gun in the maid's chamber; the butler had killed the old man, and then hid the gun there so the maid would be blamed.
13. There's a strange [clicking] sound coming from the engine.
14. The Xhosa language of southern Africa features different [clicks] as parts of words.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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