We love all holidays here at wintranslation, especially the ones that allow you to eat a ton of candy and dress up for fun! What’s not to love about that?
This year we’re celebrating by sharing what ghosts from around the world sound like. You might not have thought about it, but ghosts sound different to foreign ears. The sound of a ghost is not expressed the same way in English than it is in French for example, and this goes for most languages. While the sounds might be represented in a pretty similar manner for many cases, there are some languages that use an onomatopoeia that’s completely different than the one you might be familiar with.
Check out our quick infographic to see the differences and let us know what a ghost sounds like in your native language!