Everyone likes animals. Haven't you seen some today at work or school? Jokes aside, languages are not in agreement about what animals sound like. Sometimes they may sound similar across unrelated languages, but usually they don't.
Curriculum Note: This lesson is currently a stub lesson and will be expanded over time.
The following table lists the most important animal sounds in Japanese. See how different they are?
The most abundant source of animal sounds in Japanese are from birds. This is because each bird species have particular songs. As there are many indigenous bird species in Japan, pictures will be used to show you what these birds look like.
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