How to Say “Husky Dogs” in Chinese?

Hey there! Welcome back! I am a dog person. What about you guys?

I LOVE dogs, so today we are going to talk about one of my favorite types of dogs, husky dog.

A Brief Introduction To “Husky Dogs”

Hurry in his favorite seat

Hurry in his favorite seat

Husky is one of the primitive dog types. Husky dogs get their names “husky” because their voices are specially husky.

Husky dogs used to pull sleds in northern regions, but now they have become one of the most popular pet dogs all over the world. They are also well-known for their pretty faces.

My Husky Dog in China

Harry, My little handsome buddy

Harry, My little handsome buddy

The cuuuuuute dog in the picture is my husky dog back in China. His name is Harry. My mother always calls him “Honey” “by accident.” He was born on September.22, 2011. He came to my family when he was only 40 days old, and now he has become a handsome, little buddy.

He is spoiled. So he always “pretends to be angry” when we are too busy to play with him.

Harry in sunglasses

Harry in sunglasses

He is naughty. So he always wants to sit on the driver’s seat in our car.

He is clever. So he has learnt to shake hands before asking for food.

My families love him no matter what he does.

Chinese Characters and Pronunciation for “Husky”

Husky is not a word originally from Chinese, so we Chinese borrowed the English word and translated it according to its pronunciation. Having said that, I guess this must make it a lot easier for you guys to learn the Chinese pronunciation of it. Husky is translated as “哈士奇” in Chinese.

Chinese Characters for Husky

Husky Dogs can speak & sing!!! Is it true???

It is said husky dogs are the breed with the closest genetic relationship with wolves, so they don’t BARK or WOOF as other types of dogs do. Instead, they HOWL like wolves, with a long draw.

They don’t howl with the same tone.  Instead, they adjust and change their tones according to their moods. So people find that it sounds like singing when a husky dog makes a long draw.  

What’s more, husky dogs are clever as I said earlier, so people started to teach them to say various words.

Don’t believe it? Come and check this out! A female husky dog named Mishka say “I LOVE U”!!!

Got more stories about Husky dogs to share with us?

  Your comments and ideas are warmly welcomed from the bottom of my heart!

  by Xuan♥.

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5 DON’TS in Chinese Learning

 

Don’t waste your life on trying some so-called “fancy” learning methods and strategies and ignore the basic language learning approach – repetition.

“Repetition” is the golden rule. There is no tricks or shortcuts in language learning. I know “repetition” is somewhat, or pretty much, boring and time-consuming. And sometimes you can’t even feel your progress. However, I can guarantee you nothing but that you will make it to a higher level after you survive every bottleneck period.

 “Practice makes perfect” is cliché. But the saying sells itself.

 

Don’t measure What U Learn with How Fast U Learn.

Learning speed varies among different age groups, between different genders, and among an individual’s different time periods of the day.

Don’t get too excited when you finish a day’s learning within half of the time as usual.

Don’t get too frustrated sometime when you can’t go on with the day’s learning.

Everything will be fine as long as you stick onto the learning and never give up!

 

Don’t lose your perseverance when intimidated by the pop-up learning barriers.

Language learning is not done within one day or a short period of time. Monster difficulties will company you every day during your learning. You’ll always have to keep that in mind.

You may burn the roof of your house before you learn to cook.

You may fall off your bike millions of times before you learn how to ride it.

You will have a long way to go before you master a new skill, from which you will benefit instead of really getting hurt.

Well. Here’s another cozy choice — simply stop reading this post, close the tab and go out have fun. I guess that might not be your choice, is it?

 

Don’t merely learn rather than putting what you learn into practice.

The purpose why we learn a language is to master it, use it and communicate with it. So it is necessary and best to figure out how to learn and use it under practical settings.

We have a phrase for some English learners in China, “dumb English”, which refers to the phenomenon that a lot of English learners are pretty good at reading and writing, however, without the ability to SPEAK, just like a “dumb” person.

I guess you don’t want to be a dumb Chinese speaker. Am I right?

  

Don’t forget about the power of listening practice.

We are born with ears, and that’s one of the many ways languages make their first debut around us.

Will you be curious when you hear people around you speak another language?

Have you ever tried to decipher the “code” and figure out what they are talking about?

You hear Chinese even before you learn it, and you can learn faster as you listen more. Try some Chinese audio/video podcasts, Chinese pop songs, Chinese movies (you can hide the subtitles if you’d like) and keep this as a everyday tradition. I don’t think there’s a necessity for me to tell you what will happen.

Now can you hear the sound you speaking fluent Chinese haunting around your head?