Farm animals! This lesson introduces a list of different farm animals in English. This list is an excellent starting point for building up a vocabulary that allows you to converse fluently in the English language.
Domestic Animals in English
Farm Animals Examples
- I stuck my head out of my tent and came face to face with a cow.
- She’s very good at magic; she can conjure a rabbit out of a hat.
- The meat produced from a pig is called pork, bacon, or ham.
- A wasp or bee sting is painful but not necessarily serious.
- It’s traditional in America to eat turkey on Thanksgiving Day.
- I don’t like chicken wings – there’s not much meat on them.
- The book cover had a picture of a dove superimposed on a battle scene.
- The old duck quacked and quacked so I hardly slept a wink last night.
- He’s so nervous he wouldn’t say boo to a goose.
- The thick coat of the mountain goat protects it against the rigors of winter.
- The deer population has increased substantially in recent years.
- Add the salmon, scallops and shrimp and stir-fry until the shrimp turn bright pink.
- One fisherman waxed lyrical about the variety of fish in the river.
- He is too young to separate the sheep from the goats.
- The farmer harnessed the horse to the cart.
- The lamb staggered to its feet and took its first suck of milk.
- Camas are humpless and have the long fluffy coat of a llama.
- Only the musk ox has a denser covering of hair.
- I rescued the remains of my slipper from the dog.
Farm Animals Infographic