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When learning another language, it’s clear that you must learn new Spanish vocabulary words, but it may surprise you to learn how many things are actually done differently in another language.

One of the most surprising things I learned while learning Spanish was that in Spanish, ducks don’t say ‘quack quack’, nor do birds say ‘tweet tweet’ or roosters ‘cock-a-doodle-do’.

Look and listen below to the sounds animals make in Spanish. Then check out the related practice activity 🙂

 Spanish Animal Sounds

Practical Application:

The following video is a hidden camera show, where adults fool kids into believing the unbelievable.  In this episode you will hear the children use one of the Spanish animal sounds you just learned, can you spot it … ?

Didn’t understand something in the video? Ask us in the comments below 🙂

Share with us other Spanish animal sounds you know or the sounds of other animals from other countries.

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