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  • Moo.

  • Moo.

  • Moo.

  • Moo, moo, moo, moo, moo.

  • Moo.

  • Moo.

  • Hey, cow. What are you doing?

  • Moo.

  • This is a cow, and the cow lives in not a house, a barn.

  • Do you like cows? Are they delicious?

  • I'm going to eat you, cow. Don't do it! Okay, so today...

  • Hi, everyone out there. My name's Ronnie. If you've got children sitting around, bring them here,

  • they're going to learn something,

  • you're going to learn something. It's going to be fantastic.

  • I promise I won't say bad words.

  • Maybe just one. So, today I'm going to teach you-moo, barn-animal sounds

  • -fun, fun, fun-in English. And while your kids are learning this, you are going to be practicing pronunciation.

  • I even do it right now. So learn English animal noises, practice your pronunciation,

  • have fun with your kids, and eat a hamburger. I can't think of anything better for you to do right now.

  • The first animal, as I said, delicious, is chuck la moo a cow. A cow says moo. If I go

  • up to the board here, I have a cow. A cow says moo. Sometimes the sounds in English and the words that we use

  • for the sounds are the same. With a cow, it's moo, moo, moo,

  • moo, moo, moo, moo all around. If you're really, really, really good at cow noises, you can even go maaa. You try.

  • No. Do it again.

  • One more time. A cow goes...

  • Yeah, I like it. I like it.

  • Okay, next one. Quack, quack. Do you know what noise that is or what animal makes that noise?

  • Quack, quack, quack. It is a duck. Quack. Now, a duck does not live in a barn.

  • Quack. A duck lives in the water, and they're really cool because they can fly and swim.

  • Awesome. Also delicious. I would eat duck. Have you eaten duck? Quack. So, a duck says quack.

  • Now, ladies and gentlemen, it's really difficult in English sometimes for me to hear

  • if you are saying "duck" or if you are saying "dog". Everyone from around the world, I don't

  • care what country you're from, this is really, really hard, and this is where you get to

  • practice your pronunciation. So, when you want to say this guy-quack, quack-you're going to say: "duck".

  • It rhymes with the word "truck". Mm-hmm. If you want to say man's best friend,

  • it's a dog. Dog. Okay?

  • I have a dog, he's really cute. You want to see him? You ready? Do you have a dog?

  • This is my dog. Woof, woof. Sometimes dogs go woof, woof. It depends how big they are.

  • My dog's pretty small and he says woof, woof. In English, a dog says woof, woof. Woof, woof, woof, woof, woof, woof.

  • And he actually... Dogs don't talk. Did you know that? Oh, sorry, they do talk,

  • but when they talk, the language they're learn-... It's not English, it's bark. So dogs

  • bark, but the sound that we make is woof, woof. And the language that they speak is bark.

  • Not barf, bark. So, we have a dog says woof, and we have a-I didn't eat it-a duck

  • says quack. Duck, dog. And this guy is a cow, and he says moo.

  • Woo-hoo.

  • Next up, again we have to be careful with our pronunciation because if you don't say the "p" on this animal,

  • sheep, or if you say the e's wrong, I think you're saying ship.

  • Ships don't really make any noises, do they?

  • Kids, ships? No. Ships kind of go: "Unh, I'm a ship." But this guy, a sheep...

  • A sheep says maaa or if it's a boy it says baaa. So

  • boy sheep say baaa, and girl sheep say maaa, maaa. Are you a boy sheep or a girl sheep?

  • If you're a boy sheep, you go baaa.

  • If you're a girl sheep, go maaa.

  • Make your best sheep noise. Go!

  • Oo, I liked it. Okay, so sheep. Baaa or maaa.

  • Next one, one of my favourites. I've ridden one. Oh, I've forgotten something.

  • Delicious,

  • delicious,

  • never tried,

  • Ronnie hates sheep.

  • This is the only food that people really, really, really like,

  • lamb, mutton also known as. Guess what? That's a sheep you're eating.

  • It's probably the only animal that I don't like to eat. So, please don't ever feed me

  • sheep or lamb. I will... I just won't eat it. I don't like it.

  • The next one up, one of my personal favourites is ee-aw, ee-aw. Ready? Ee-aw. Or we say hee-haw.

  • I like ee-aw better. It is one of the most funny animals in the world, a donkey.

  • Ee-aw.

  • Do you have a pet donkey? I don't. I have a dog, not a donkey. This is a donkey.

  • Donkeys say ee-aw. Mm-hmm.

  • Next up,

  • [snorts]

  • we have a pig.

  • Delicious again. Now, unfortunately,

  • I lost my pig.

  • I don't have a pig anymore. I think somebody ate my pig. They had bacon, or pork, or a nice roast.

  • So I don't have a pig, but I have a picture of a pig if you'd like to see.

  • His name's Bob. This is my pig, Bob. And pigs say oink, oink.

  • They also do something called

  • snort, so they go [snorts].

  • Try it.

  • [Snorts].

  • You got to breathe in through your noise.

  • [Snorts].

  • Or if you can't do the [snorts], which is super cool, you can go

  • oink, oink, oink, oink.

  • So pigs... So oink or [snorts]. Now, this noise, in English, we say snort.

  • Sometimes when we laugh a lot, [snorts], we snort when we laugh. That's funny.

  • A little embarrassing for some people. I think it's pretty funny. Do you snort when you laugh?

  • Have you ever had milk? Mm-hmm. You drink the milk and you laugh, and it comes out your nose? [Snorts].

  • Milk everywhere. Fun times.

  • This little guy, he's a mouse. Squeak, squeak. "Mice" in the plural, but "mouse" in the singular.

  • He's really, really, really, really small. "I'm a mouse and I like to eat cheese." So

  • this is adorable little mouse. Do you eat mice?

  • Ronnie's never eaten a mouse. Have you

  • eaten a mouse? Do you know what? If you barbequed me a mouse,

  • I would probably eat it, and it would say:

  • "Squeak, squeak, squeak, don't eat me, Ronnie. Squeak, squeak, squeak. I'm just a mouse. Give me some cheese."

  • I'm not going to eat him. He's too cute.

  • So, a cow says moo, a duck says quack, a dog says woof, a sheep says baaa or maaa,

  • a donkey says ee-aw, a pig says oink or [snorts] if you want, and a mouse says squeak, squeak.

  • Are you ready for some more? Are you ready? Yeah, okay. Let's go.

  • What's next? Oh, this guy, this guy. One of my favourites.

  • Ribbit. Can you do that? Ribbit.

  • It's taken me years to perfect that. This guy is called-ribbit-a frog.

  • He does not live in a barn. He lives in a pond or in water, and yeah, I've eaten him, too.

  • Damn, I just eat all the animals. That's all right. Ribbit. So, the name of this guy is a frog, and the

  • noise that he makes or she makes is ribbit, ribbit, ribbit. Now, I bet you you can jump

  • like a frog. I can jump like a frog. Ribbit, ribbit. Can you jump like a frog? Try it.

  • Get your Mom and Dad to do it, too. Come on, Mom and Dad, jump. Are you a frog family now?

  • Good.

  • Uh-oh, uh-oh. Hide, everyone, hide. It's a snake. Do you like snakes? Snakes are quite

  • silly, aren't they? This is a purple snake, and sometimes snakes are poisonous, so that

  • means they will bite you and you will die. Have you eaten snake? I haven't. Have I...?

  • Nope, I've never eaten snake. Maybe that's next for dinner for Ronnie is eat a snake.

  • Snakes make a hiss noise, so this guy goes ssss, ssss. When you are learning to speak

  • English, it's really, really, really important that you be able to say "ssss", and not "shh"

  • or "cr-lah", any other noises. So, ladies and gentlemen, when you say this sound: ssss,

  • your teeth, your mouth is a little bit open, and your tongue is putting the air through so it's a really nice ssss, "s" sound.

  • This will help you. One thing that's difficult in English is the difference between the "ssss" sound and the "shh" sound.

  • Now, when you want

  • to say this animal, the sheep, you got to make a mouth like this and go: "Shheep".

  • It's like you're telling someone to be quiet, so it's sheep. You don't want to say "seep",

  • you want to say "sheep". When you make the snake "s" it's like ssss, so you say "ssssnake".

  • Good.

  • Oh. Meow. Oh, uh-oh. What is it? Meow. Do you know what that is?

  • Meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow.

  • Oh, it's a cat. Meow. Do you have a cat in your house?

  • Does your cat have a name?

  • Meow.

  • I had a cat. I didn't eat it. I know you were thinking I ate it.

  • It ran away. So, his name was Fluffy, and when I was a child, I was five years old and the

  • cat just ran away. I don't know where he is, but the noise that a cat makes says meow.

  • So, a cat says meow. Now, maybe your cat has babies or one baby. A baby cat is

  • called a kitten, and a kitten, because it's not old enough to talk properly yet, says mew, mew.

  • Okay, let's try. A cat says meow,

  • and a kitten says mew.

  • If cats and kittens

  • and lions and tigers and bears are really happy, they will do something called purr.

  • I don't know how to purr. [Purrs]. No, can't. Can you purr? [Purrs]. Oop, that's better.

  • [Purrs]. Oh, I'm purring. [Purrs and pants]. So when you touch a cat's back or when you

  • pet the cat, it goes [purrs]. It means:

  • "Yeah, I like that! Woo-hoo! Pet me more, ma."

  • Next up, oo, another cat, big cat, it's called a lion. It's got big hair. Lions make the

  • noise roar. They open their... Can you roar like a lion? Do it.

  • Mm, louder. Do it again.

  • Roar. Be a crazy lion. Roar. So lions make the noise and the sound of roar. Roar. But

  • you just can't say... You're never going to see a lion go roar. You got to roar like a lion.

  • Oh, one of my favourites, the good old rooster. Now, the rooster, you might look at this and go:

  • "Ronnie, that's clearly a chicken,"

  • and delicious, but a rooster's a boy chicken.

  • And the cool thing about boy chickens is they have mohawks right there. So they're punk rock chickens.

  • And roosters do not lay eggs, because they're boys. You see? So, a boy chicken

  • has a mohawk and it does not lay an egg. The noise it makes is one of my favourite.

  • Maybe you have a rooster near your house. Maybe you're sleeping and in the morning, very early in the morning, you hear

  • cock-a-doodle-doo.

  • That was this guy. Roosters say cock-a-doodle-doo.

  • Your chance. Go. Ready? Cock-a-doodle-doo.

  • Cock-a-doodle-doo,

  • cock-a-doodle-doo. So,

  • roosters, boy chickens, cock-a-doodle-doo. Girl chickens... Girl chickens talk too, they

  • say bawk, bawk, bawk. Bawk, bawk, bawk, bawk, bawk, bawk, bawk, bawk.

  • I don't know how to spell that, though. You can practice. Girl chickens say bawk, bawk, bawk, bawk,

  • and boy chickens say cock-a-doodle-doo.

  • Cock-a-doodle-doo. It depends on how manly they are.

  • One of my favourite animals, never eaten it,

  • it's very, very difficult for me to see these

  • because I don't really live in a tree and hang out at nighttime. This is an owl. Maybe

  • you have seen lots of movies with owls. Now, owls are supposed to be really, really smart.

  • I don't know whether they're that smart. Hey, owl, are you smart?

  • "Yes." Oh, this guy's really smart, he told me. An owl makes a noise like hoot.

  • So if we write it in English, it

  • says hoot. But if you listen to it, it's almost like he's asking a question, he's saying:

  • "Who? Who?"

  • Who? You. "I am an owl," I say. Who? So it's like the English question: Who?

  • The last one, maaa, maaa, is a horse. Maaa. Horses are delicious. No.

  • I've eaten a horse, too. I've eaten horse in Japan. And the cool thing about a horse is they make a sound like this [claps], that's a horse running.

  • There's a horse, there's a horse. So the horses make

  • the noise, we call it a neigh, but when you do it with a sound it goes neigh, neigh.

  • So, I want you right now think about this: Which one is your favourite animal?

  • Cow, duck, dog, sheep, pig, frog, snake, cat, kitten.

  • Today you have a very, very important thing

  • to do. You must act like this animal and only speak like this animal for five minutes.

  • I always pick cat because I think that we could have conversations.

  • Meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow (www.engvid.com),

  • meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, like a cat, meow.

  • Meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow.

  • Meow, meow, meow, meow, meow.

  • Meow.

Moo.

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