He verb shout , which comes from the Latin word quiritāre, refers to the raise the volume of the voice more than normal or usual . It is a form of expression that is usually linked to a certain mood that modifies communication.
A person You can scream for multiple reasons. On the one hand, it can be simply an attempt to be heard in a noisy environment or if the interlocutor is far or suffer hearing disorders . For example: “In the middle of the concert, because of the crowd, I separated from my sister and then I had to start screaming to find her”, “Grandpa, why don't you use the hearing aid? That way I don't have to shout for you to listen to me ”, "The young man, noticing that the sea began to drag him, began to shout to get the attention of the lifeguard who was several meters away".
Sometimes the action shouting obeys the desire to manifest the approval or disapproval Of something: “When the singer went on stage, his fans started screaming and clapping”, "The public did not stop screaming until the president finished his speech", "Shouting was in vain: despite the repudiation of those who were in the theater, the actor made the controversial scene".
Shouting can also be a spontaneous reaction before an agitation of cheer up : "When we saw how the car fell apart, we got desperate and all we could do was scream", “There is nothing cuter than screaming with joy at good news”, "The boy heard his name among the winners and started shouting".