Off topic: bau-bau or woof-woof?
Thread poster: Roberta Anderson
Not sure if I should post this in Off Topic or in Translation Resources...
For all those who wondered what animals say in different languages - cute collection of recordings of children of different nationalities imitating different animal sounds:
| Thank you Roberta || Jul 11, 2007 |
This is really amusing. I passed it to my friends who have young children.
| cockadoodle-DOO! || Jul 11, 2007 |
Every time my partner and I hear a cock crowing, we turn into five year-olds!
But sometimes even he has to admit that that cock really is saying cockadoodle-doo, not chicchirichì.
[Edited at 2007-07-11 10:51]
| | Amy Williams
Local time: 01:28
Italian to English
Marie-Hélène's post reminds me of a couple of months ago when I was visiting my nephew and niece. I use my mobile phone as my alarm clock and have it set so it wakes me to a "cock-a-doodle-doo!" sound (funny for the first few mornings but just a pain now!). I had woken up before my alarm that morning and was sitting with my nephew (6) when it went off. Bless him--not knowing it was the alarm, he legged it to the window and pulled back the curtains: "Auntie Amy, a cockerel! There's a cockerel!". It was so painful to have to let him down and tell him that, in fact, he was hearing the delicate strains of Nokia's latest offering...
[Edited at 2007-07-11 11:32]
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