What sound does this animal make? Google just got better at answering that


#1

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#2

“what sound does a rooster make”

https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=what%20sound%20does%20a%20rooster%20make


#3

Ring-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding!
Gering-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding!
Gering-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding!
Wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow!
Wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow!
Wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow!
Hatee-hatee-hatee-ho!
Hatee-hatee-hatee-ho!
Hatee-hatee-hatee-ho!
Joff-tchoff-tchoff-tchoffo-tchoffo-tchoff!
Joff-tchoff-tchoff-tchoffo-tchoffo-tchoff!
Joff-tchoff-tchoff-tchoffo-tchoffo-tchoff!
Jacha-chacha-chacha-chow!
Jacha-chacha-chacha-chow!
Jacha-chacha-chacha-chow!
Fraka-kaka-kaka-kaka-kow!
Fraka-kaka-kaka-kaka-kow!
Fraka-kaka-kaka-kaka-kow!
A-hee-ahee ha-hee!
A-hee-ahee ha-hee!
A-hee-ahee ha-hee!
A-oo-oo-oo-ooo!
Woo-oo-oo-ooo!


#4

(ETA: I should really read posts first before commenting.)


#5

What sound does a capybara make:


#6

Almost thought this would be more of a translation guide.
For instance, dogs don’t only “bark” like they do in the states. In Korea, the onomatopoeia for the the sound dogs make is “roof.”


#7

"What does the hippo say?"


Wrong end, Google, wrong end.


#8

Reminded me of:


#9

In Japan they say, “wan-wan.”


#10

In France they say, “ouaf-ouaf” or “oua”.
In the Netherlands they say, “woef-woef” or “waf-waf”.

Typical beasts these dogs.


#11

This is the perfect place to put in a plug for one of my go to gift books for people with small children.

  1. The book is uncommon enough that you can be assured the family doesn’t own it yet.

  2. It’s a Caldecott Honor book so it has the shiny medal that shows it’s a good book.

  3. It is an utter delight in every way. It’s the PERFECT book for that age when you are reading the books over and over and over again. There is always something new and delightful to discover in the apparently simple illustrations (made with cut paper).

  4. Animal noises in Thai are flat out great.

  5. It has the rhythm of Thai speech, but it’s English. There is a lullaby quality to the text.

  6. Before there was Go The Fuck to Sleep, there was this much classier book with the same theme tired parents can relate to.


#12

OOOOOOooo. Thanks. I think I will be ordering that.


#13

My old See-and-Say could do the same.


#14

So happy to hear that! I LOVED this book.


#15

Those See’NSay’s ALWAYS got wonky after hours to months of use - point at the cow and get a meow!


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