Learning farm animal’s English lesson
What will I be learn during the English lesson learning about farm animals?
During this English lesson you will be learning about farm animals, you will learn all the names of the different animal that you are likely to find on an English farm.
Learning about the different farm animals
Below is a small list of animals that you are likely to find on an English farm. With each picture is the name of what each animal is called. You will also learn what the female, male and young animals are called for every animal.
Male dog are called dog and female dogs are called bitch, young dog is a puppy.
Male cat is called a tom and female is a bitch, young cat is a kitten.
Male pig is called a boar and female is a sow, young pig is a piglet.
Male goat is called a buck or billy and the female is a doe or nanny, a young goat is a kid, billy.
Male duck is called a drake and female is a chick, young duck is a duckling.
Cow / cattle
Male bull is called a drake and female is a cow, young baby are called a calf, dogie (a motherless calf).
Male sheep is called a buck or a ram and female is a ewe or dam; young sheep is called a lamb, lambkin or cosset.
Male horse is called a stallion or stud and female is a mare or dam; young horse is called a lamb, lambkin or cosset.
Male bee is called a drone and female is a Queen but can also be a worker, young bee is called larva or pupa.
Male goose is called a gander and female is a goose; a young goose is called a gosling.
Male salmon is called a jack and female is a hen; young salmon is called a fry.
Male trout is called a jack and female is a hen; young trout is called a fry
Video showing all the names of English farm animals
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