20 bullets on how to write sounds in different countries

What noise does the animal make in other languages? Here is an important guide

Mimicking sound, noise or visual phenomena is understood by the word abnormality (onomatopoeia). Therefore, words such as “wow” (imitation of a dog's barking), “room” (imitation of a shot), or “tic bak” (clock sound) are exceptional. Interestingly, heterogeneity is not the same in all countries, but in reality it is quite different. The end of the day in each language expresses sounds (sleeping, eating, pain, etc.) in their own way.

Well, this vignette is an opportunity to see the differences between countries when expressing the sound of writing. The author of this is the original cartoonist James Chapman. How to write dog sounds in Russian, Japanese or Arabic? And kiss or sleep? In this picture we can see more than 20 anomalous sounds in different variations depending on the country. If you need to see the sound or learn more about the author, access the space Tumblr. chapmangamo.tumblr.com

Read also: Why are animal sounds different in different languages?

1. DrinkSpanish: Beber)

Drink in another language

2. EatingSpanish: Commer)

Eat in another language

3. howling dog (Spanish: Ladrido de perro)

Howling dog in different languages

4. KissSpanish: Besar)

Kiss in different languages

5. Cat MeowSpanish: Maullido de gato)

Cats Meow in Other Languages

6. ApplauseSpanish: Abrauso)

Applause in other languages

7. Sound to take pictureSpanish: Sonido al tomar un fotografía)

Click in other languages

8. cryingSpanish: Gritos)

Cry in another language

9. Surprise (Spanish: Sofresa)

Surprise in different languages

10. Silence (Spanish: Silencio)

Silence in different languages

11.Sleep (Spanish: Dormir)

Sleeping in other languages

12. ThinkSpanish: Pensa)

Think in different languages

13. You hear a bird sound (Spanish: Sonido de las aves al piar)

Bird sounds heard in other languages

14. JoySpanish: Alegría)

Joy in different languages

15. Strikes (Spanish: Golpes)

Attack in another language

16. Sound Phone (Spanish: Sonido del teléfono)

Phone sound in different languages

17. Snarling PigSpanish: Gruñido de cerdo)

Pig Growl in Different Languages

18. PainSpanish: Dolor)

Suffering in different languages

19. Drinking Water (Spanish: Sonido del agua)

Water in different languages

20. Frying SoundsSpanish: Sonido al freir)

Fry sound in different languages

We say dogs are “Woof Wof” and cats are “Meow,” but we are American dogs and cats. What do they sound from other areas? Welll sounds technically exactly the same, but in other countries there are sounds and different interpretations. Obviously Japanese cats say "Nyaa", Chinese dogs say "Wang wang" and Dutch pigs say "Knor knor." I wonder if they teach children as if animal sounds are true. It is not accurate. I mean, I never heard a dog actually say “Woof Wof” after “king.”

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