Please read aloud so that I can hear you.
He's up reading aloud in the yard before the sun's up.
Sometimes she would read aloud to us her favourite passages.
Reading aloud is very important in learning English.
I wrote out the advertisement on the back of an old envelope and read it aloud to see if it made sense.
Read (the letter) aloud, please.
A formal written composition intended to be published, presented, or read aloud; a scholarly essay or treatise.
She broke down and sobbed aloud.
She read the story aloud to the children.
We read books aloud a lot in our family.
The English teacher stressed the importance of reading aloud.
The hungry baby cried aloud.
The teacher asked the students to read the text aloud after class.
The text should be read aloud coherently.
She read the declaration aloud pro bono publico.
Her hair seemed to cry aloud for hairpins.
The teacher read the poem aloud to the pupils.
I find him read something aloud.
The teacher asked him to read the poem aloud.
The teacher read the poem aloud to the class .
Each of the pupils in turn read the poem aloud.
He has a strange habit of talking aloud to himself.
His wife was already reasoning aloud.
Please read the following sentences aloud.
Please read this passage aloud, Jennifer.
She reads aloud in the open every morning.
Be sure that you can read aloud the text properly.
They keep on read english aloud every day.
The newspaper was read aloud in the next classroom.
To make or render phrases,as in reading aloud.
The editor amused his friends by his habit of thinking aloud.
He couldn't help chuckling aloud.
He liked to scoff aloud at Louis XVIII.
He read his sister's letter aloud.
He remembered to smile, not laugh aloud.
"I will stab him," she said aloud.
"She's a brave girl," Feliks said aloud.
"That's impossible," she thought aloud.
Ah Duo bit his lips to keep from laughing aloud.
Read the following aloud as marked.
Read the following phrases aloud.
Read the following sentences aloud.
Carried away, he had breathed it aloud.
"Don't think, old man," he said aloud.
"He's got something," the old man said aloud.
The teacher listened to the children reading aloud.
"Unless sharks come, "he said aloud.
"You give me much good counsel," he said aloud.
"You think too much, old man," he said aloud.
Get the class read aloud together.