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Hi Listeners! What’s your favorite animal sound? Let us know!
Because they speak Japanese.:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
The Japanese cat meow a bit different then English cat
The Japanese language has a lot of onomatopoeia.
Regarding ‘lion’s roar’, what Kelly Canaan san mentioned is correct.
Kelly Canaan san,
Thank you for helping Paul san.
Elephants say ‘paoo’ in Japanese.
Megan Somers san, Julia san,
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I totally enjoyed this! Thanks! :smile:
This was really cute. Whoever voiced this definitely had a lot of fun. Some of the sounds made me giggle. What snakes say, sounds rather creepy.
I really enjoyed this and it was quite informative.
In English, we say elephants trump or trumpet.............?
To Paul, I think you can still say, for example, "raion ha gaooo to hoeru," which means more like "The lion roars/says 'gaooo'" I think.
Does an elephant say anything in Japanese? I don't think English has a written word for it...
Japanese seems to like onomatopoeia but doesn't seem to have many words for the sounds themselves. There are: hoeru, naku, tobu (to fly?), & oto wo tateru, which seem to be quite vague.
Also, the Japanese sentences seem to be structured differently. It looks like, for example: 'Lion's call; "Gaō" and roar'. Is it just an idiom I haven't learned yet...?