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Vocabulary Lists Sounds That Animals Make

Sounds That Animals Make

동물이 내는 소리
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Lions roar; they go,
사자는 '으르렁'거린다. 사자는 '으르렁'거린다.
Sajaneun 'eureureong'georinda.
Lions roar; they go, "Roaaaar!"
Dogs bark; they go,
개는 '멍멍' 짖는다. 개는 '멍멍' 짖는다.
Gaeneun 'meongmeong' jinneunda.
Dogs bark; they go, "Bow wow."
Cats meow; they go,
고양이는 '야옹' 하고 운다. 고양이는 '야옹' 하고 운다.
Goyangineun 'yaong'hago unda.
Cats meow; they go, "Meow meow."
Cows moo; they go,
소는 '음매' 하고 운다. 소는 '음매' 하고 운다.
Soneun 'eummae'hago unda.
Cows moo; they go, "Mooooo."
Pigs snort; they go,
돼지는 '꿀꿀'거린다. 돼지는 '꿀꿀'거린다.
Dwaejineun 'kkulkkul'georinda.
Pigs snort; they go, "Oink."
Sheeps baa; they go,
양은 '매' 하고 운다. 양은 '매' 하고 운다.
Yangeun 'mae'hago unda.
Sheeps baa; they go, "Meehhhhh."
Bees buzz; they go,
벌은 '윙윙'거린다. 벌은 '윙윙'거린다.
Beoreun 'wingwing'georinda.
Bees buzz; they go, "Bzzzzzzzzz."
Birds chirp; they go,
새는 '짹짹'거린다. 새는 '짹짹'거린다.
Saeneun 'jjaekjjaek'georinda.
Birds chirp; they go, "Tweet tweet."
Roosters crow; they go,
수탉은 '꼬끼오' 하고 운다. 수탉은 '꼬끼오' 하고 운다.
Sutalgeun 'kkokkio'hago unda.
Roosters crow; they go, "Cock-a-doodle-doo!"
Donkeys bray; they go,
당나귀는 '히히힝' 하고 운다. 당나귀는 '히히힝' 하고 운다.
Dangnagwineun 'hihihing' hago unda.
Donkeys bray; they go, "Hee-haw."
Horses whinny; they go,
말은 '히힝' 하고 운다. 말은 '히힝' 하고 운다.
Mareun 'hihing' hago unda.
Horses whinny; they go, "Neighhh."
Ducks quack; they go,
오리는 '꽥꽥'거린다. 오리는 '꽥꽥'거린다.
Orineun 'kkwaekkkwaek'georinda.
Ducks quack; they go, "Quack quack."
Frogs croak; they go,
개구리는 '개굴개굴' 운다. 개구리는 '개굴개굴' 운다.
Gaegurineun 'gaegulgaegul' unda.
Frogs croak; they go, "Ribbit!"
Pigeons coo; they go,
비둘기는 '구구' 운다. 비둘기는 '구구' 운다.
Bidulgineun 'gugu' unda.
Pigeons coo; they go, "Coo."
Mice squeak; they go,
쥐는 '찍찍'거린다. 쥐는 '찍찍'거린다.
Jwineun 'jjikjjik'georinda.
Mice squeak; they go, "Squeeeeek!"
Turkeys gobble; they go,
칠면조는 '골골' 운다. 칠면조는 '골골' 운다.
Chilmyeonjoneun 'golgol' unda.
Turkeys gobble; they go, "Gobble, gobble."
Owls hoot; they go,
부엉이는 '부엉부엉' 운다. 부엉이는 '부엉부엉' 운다.
Bueongineun 'bueongbueong' unda.
Owls hoot; they go, "Hooooo!"
Chicks peep; they go,
병아리는 '삐악삐악' 운다. 병아리는 '삐악삐악' 운다.
Byeongarineun 'ppiakppiak' unda.
Chicks peep; they go, "Peep!"
Wolves howl; they go,
늑대는 '아우' 하고 울부짖는다. 늑대는 '아우' 하고 울부짖는다.
Neukttaeneun 'au' hago ulbujinneunda.
Wolves howl; they go, "Awoooooo!"
Snakes hiss; they go,
뱀은 '쉬익' 하고 소리를 낸다. 뱀은 '쉬익' 하고 소리를 낸다.
Baemeun 'swiik' hago sorireul naenda.
Snakes hiss; they go, "Ssssssss."
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Friday at 12:33 pm
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Hi Listeners! What’s your favorite animal sound? Let us know!

Tuesday at 7:55 pm
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Hi Chiqui,

Thank you for posting.

We're very glad you enjoyed the list! :)

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Tuesday at 10:14 am
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I never knew there's Korean animals sounds!!! This is funny but informative. ^^

Monday at 12:14 pm
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Hi Jamim,

Thanks for the positive feedback!




Friday at 10:54 pm
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Thursday at 9:47 am
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Hi Megan,

Glad you enjoyed the Korean animal sounds! :smile:




Wednesday at 11:53 am
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This is so interesting to learn Korean animal sounds. I giggled at what a donkey says.

Tuesday at 10:23 am
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Hi Margie, TB,

Thank you for posting. It really is interesting to see how animal sounds are pronounced differently according to each country, right?





Monday at 6:48 pm
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It's so funny to compare Korean animal sounds with Russian animal sounds. They are absolutely different! The most funny is what a donkey, and a horse, and a pig say. Can't stop laughing! :smile:

Margie samonte
Monday at 9:05 am
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It's very interesting and funny to know that they're so much different from us. I'm a Filipino and most of the animal sounds we use are derived from English/american.