A dog has been taking the internet by storm after a video of him surfaced on Twitter, wherein he speaks a couple of Japanese words.
Some people consider Japanese as one of the languages that are difficult to learn.
Although, this dog proved that it might not be as hard as everyone thinks since he learned a few words and can speak them.
It just shows that if the dog can do it, then humans can, as well.
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Beni the Shiba Inu can supposedly say the Japanese words “taberu,” which means “to eat,” and “hanbagu,” which translates to “hamburger steaks.”
The dog is owned by Twitter user @a_t_k123. His owner posted the video of him saying the Japanese words. While the caption is in Japanese, it didn’t stop people from all over the world from gushing over the adorable dog.
As revealed by SoraNews24, Beni had been welcomed in his owner’s household over a year ago.
Apart from his incredible ability in speaking, Beni is much like any all-around dog.
Beni is still adorable even when a video of him shows how he’s afraid of the water.
It’s worth noting that the dog may not have a full grasp on what the words he had been saying mean, but it’s still remarkable nonetheless.
Perhaps what motivated the dog to speak those words was the treat that was meant as a reward whenever he uttered something in Japanese.
In a study released by the Washington Post in 2017, experts claimed that dogs might be able to talk much like people.
Scientists believe that the vocal tracts of these animals have the capability to be able to utter words with proper training.
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