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He bleat is the sound that emit diverse animals , like the sheep , the lambs , the deer and the goats . The action of giving bleats is known as bleat .

Regarding the etymology of the term bleat, especially if we think about the sound emitted by sheep and goats, it is correct to say that the first part arises from the way we understand it ("baaaaa") and that it joins the suffix -gone, used to describe a quality that we can perceive through senses .

For example: "The sheep's bleak scared the children, who ran to hide between their mother's legs", “Have you heard those bleats? I think there are deer nearby ”, "The goats' whines, the croaking of the geese and the moans of the cows musicalized our afternoon of field".

It is important to highlight that bleat , the voice of these animal species, is written with B . Instead, the term that refers to a conjugation of verb to worth is valid , with V . Bleat and valid therefore they are Homophones words (They have the same sound, although their writing is slightly different and have different meanings).

"The judge decided that the triple has not been valid since the launch was made outside the regulation time" it is an expression that uses the concept of valid. In the case of valid , with accent mark in the TO , also written with V : "The judge decided that the triple has not been valid since the launch was made outside the regulation time".

Therefore, we must bear in mind that, when we want to refer to the sound that an animal emits, bleat should always be written with B . Instead, the rest of the words that sound like this word but that allude to other issues, are written with V . If in doubt, it is best to go to a dictionary to make sure the correct writing.

In the field of opera, it is common to use the concept of a bleach to describe in a derogatory way the voice of a singer, especially if he tends to mark his vibrato (the wave effect of the sound that certain instruments produce to intensify or enrich the performance and improve the tuning). More specifically, it is said that a voice resembles a sound in color passages in which many notes are sung at great speed if the artist generates an unpleasant and unnatural sound.

As well as other nouns that represent the sounds emitted by animals , the concept of bleating can be useful to teach children to distinguish different species using the sense of hearing. However, it is important to note that there is a great distance between onomatopoeia and the true voices of animals, just as the cartoons are not true to their shapes or colors: the goat does not say "baaaa" exactly, just like all Cows are not black with white spots, nor pigs, roses.

On the other hand, in each country the voices of the animals are conceived in a different way, since they must adapt to the possible sounds of representing in each language . This also happens with foreign words, since the general tendency of most countries is to reproduce them using the letters of their own alphabet, something that can only lead to a lack of precision.

If we add the anatomical differences between the animals that balance and us to the fact that we do not know "what they say" or how many messages they can issue, we understand that it is useless to approach them and try imitate them believing that they will recognize our sounds as part of their language.

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