- 01. You don't have to [yell]; I can hear you just fine.02. Grandpa's hearing is going, so you'll have to [yell].03. The boys were [yelling] and running around late last night, and they woke the neighbors.04. I'm sorry for [yelling] at you, but I was afraid you were going to run right out into the street.05. The teacher [yelled] at the little girl for being late, and made her cry.06. The boy let out a [yell] when the dog jumped up on him.07. The fireman [yelled] at the boys to keep away from the smoking building.08. Don't [yell] at the children; it scares them.09. The parents were [yelling] encouragement at the children all through the game.10. "Hello!" he [yelled], but no one answered.11. I [yelled] at the bus driver to wait as I was running but he didn't hear me.12. The angry parents [yelled] at the referee to stop the fight.13. We could hear people in the burning building screaming in fright and [yelling] for help.14. Judy Blume once said, "My only advice is to stay aware, listen carefully, and [yell] for help if you need it."15. A Russian proverb notes that the newborn baby [yells], but we die in silence.
Grammatical examples in English. 2013.