Spanish Animal Talk
Bigmama60 on 10/13/2007
|Animals make sounds, which are universal. The only difference is naming the onomatopoeia, meaning a word that is intended to imitate a sound. Those sounds are not distinguished as the same in other languages or in all cultures. |
In the United States, a frog’s sound is perceived as a ribbit, in France the perceived sound is coa-coa.
A cow’s onomatopoeia in English is "moo", in Spanish she says “mu”.
I’ll give you the animal and its English sound, and you’ll find the Spanish sound. I hope they don’t sound too bad. Thank you and don’t forget to rate it.
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