Ppt on australian continent flags

Australia is the only continent that is also a country and an island.

Australia is the only continent that is also a country and an island. Canberra is the capital of Australia. This is the Parliament house in Canberra. Australia’s flag has the British Union Flag, five stars for the Southern Cross constellation, and a large star /young. The young continue to develop, often in pouches, or folds of skin, on their mother’s belly. Many of Australian mammals belong to this group. Marsupials feed at night. Mountain Possum The Koalas eat eucalyptus leaves and sleep in the branches /


Australia-a country located in the southern hemisphere, including the worlds smallest continent, the island of Tasmania and the.

the southern hemisphere, including the worlds smallest continent, the island of Tasmania and the other much smaller islands in the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. Australia Flag CLIMATE Most of the territory of Australia is/the art, commerce, education, entertainment, sport and tourism. It is the birthplace of cultural institutions such as Australian film Australian television, Australian football. Some images about Australia Tour d ’Australie Pinnacles - Western Australia Mc Laren Vale - South Australia/


Australias original inhabitants, known as Australian Aborigines, have the longest continuous cultural history in the world, with origins dating back.

Capitan James Cook sailed the entire length of eastern coast in 1770. After rounding Cape York, he claimed the continent for the British and named it New South Wales. Aborigines were ruthlessly pushed off their tribal lands as new/on 1 January 1901. The separate Australian colonies united and proclaimed themselves the Commonwealth of Australia – a federation of six states. In Australia, Australian National Flag Day is celebrated on 3 September. Australian national flag consists of white stars of the Southern/


Australia. Australia Facts Australia is the smallest continent and the largest island. Australia has the most poisonous snakes in the world The first.

is the smallest continent and the largest island. Australia has the most poisonous snakes in the world The first people to live in Australia were the aboriginals. The capital of Australia is Canberra The UK could fit into Australia over 30 times! Australian People Australian population – 22 million Australian Money Australian Animals Platypus Koala Kangaroo Great White Dingo Rainbow Lorikeet Red Belly Black Australian Flag Australian Landmarks Sydney/


Part II Australians Unit 4 Histories of Australia 4 Histories of Australia Unit 5 Immigration and Multiculturalism: British Past and Asian Future? Unit.

less 1% were of Asian origin. This postwar migration was fuelled by fear of Asian communism overtaking the sparsely populated continent of Australia, but also by a belief that a larger population leads to higher economic growth. From Assimilation to Multiculturalism/can only be Australia, and relate to our friends and neighours as Australian. (Prime Minister Paul Keating in 1993) Australia is seen as a museum society with a British flag, an Argentine economy and an American foreign policy [ as irrelevant to /


Australia By: Georgia, Hammond, and Walter The Australian flag has the Union Jack in the corner with stars.

Australia By: Georgia, Hammond, and Walter The Australian flag has the Union Jack in the corner with stars. Australia is the only country that fills a continent. Australia is below the equator. Australia has animals like kangaroos and koalas. Kids like to chase lizards. Australians speak Aussie. Australians love to surf. The capital is Canberra. Australia exports gold, meat, iron, and gold. They’re famous for/


Australia. About Australia... Australia is a country, but it is also a continent. Canberra is the capital city of Australia. Sydney is Australia’s largest.

Australia... Australia is a country, but it is also a continent. Canberra is the capital city of Australia. Sydney is Australia’s largest city. In Australia you pay with Australian dollars. Australian flag Sydney Sydney is the largest city in Australia. Melbourne Melbourne/climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge. True or false? Australia’s capital city is Sydney. False! In Australia you pay with Australian dollars. True! Dingoes live only in Australia. True! Sydney Opera House is in Melbourne. False! True or false? /


Indigenous Australians By Aidan Sim-Campos Mods 12/13.

people because they are indigenous to Australia. Today the Indigenous people live in many different places in Australia and make up of 2.6% of the population on the continent. The Aboriginal Flag History The Indigenous Australians have lived on the land of Australia for about 40,000 to 50,000 years. Almost the whole time they have been in Australia, the Indigenous/


Lucie Maliňáková. B ASIC INFO Capital: Canberra Area: 7. 6 million square kilometers Population: 22 million Languages: English Currency: Australian dollar.

Many parks and gardens, museums, galleries,.. SYMBOLS FLAG Union Jack: the symbol of Great Britain Federation Star seven-pointed star representing the states and the territories Constellation of Southern Cross COAT OF ARMS ANTHEM Advance Australia Fair G EOGRAPHY It is the smallest continent of the world The highest mountain is Mount Kosciuszko in the Australian Alps Many parts of the area are/


Its national song Advance Australia Fair Australians all let us rejoice, For we are young and free; Weve golden soil and wealth for toil; Our home is.

continent. It is surrounded by oceans. While many other countries are having winter, it is in summer. How much do you know about Australia? Which is its national flag? A DC B Which is its national emblem? A DC B Its national song Advance Australia Fair Australians/ short passages and find the answers to the questions in Exercise 1, Comprehending part. Task 1 Skimming 1. Where do most Australians live? 2. In what city do federal politicians work? 3. How many people live in Australia? The south-eastern costal /


The World Continents By: Kelsey Cook. Seven World Continents Asia Antarctica Australia North America South America Europe Africa.

: 14 Main language: English The only continent with its own capital. Capital: Canberra 1/3 of Australia is in the tropics. Most famous for the Australian Outback which is the home to over 50/continents/Extremes.shtml Text: http://library.thinkquest.org/J002719/home.htmlhttp://library.thinkquest.org/J002719/home.html Slide 1: Asia Image: Microsoft Clip Art Slide 2: Snowflake and Antarctica Image: Microsoft Clip Art Slide 3: Kangaroo Image: Microsoft Clip Art Slide 4: Globe Image: Microsoft Clip Art Flag/


Why is it important for students to appreciate the various cultural or religious backgrounds of groups that make up the Australian Nation? VELS Level 2.

and groups, including the language, cultural and religious groups which make up the Australian nation. The Humanities: By observing the characteristics of different places, and prompted by/from. Globe used to illustrate the various countries around the world and the continents they are part of http://www.betterworldlinks.org/about.php Initiatives and Activities / remember? A game of memory where students must match up the countries flag with its food and the way to say hello. Learning Outcomes By the/


Australia. Australia is the smallest continent of the seven. Australia is the largest island in the world. Australia is the only country which occupies.

Australia is the largest island in the world. Australia is the only country which occupies an entire continents Australia is divided into eight states. Population:20,264,000 Capital City:Canberra Land Area: 2,941/ location in the southern hemisphere There winter is our summer, which leave Christmas during Their summer. Australian Sports Cricket Australian rules football Soccer Baseball swimming Didgeridoos Boomerangs Boomerangs were used as weapons in early warfare and as hunting tools. Possibly /


R65 Australian Geography Flag of Australia What do you know about Australia?

R65 Australian Geography Flag of Australia What do you know about Australia? Quick Video on Australia  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynHIlx5RgtI https://www.youtube./, esp. on the east coast. Northern Australia has a tropical climate, rain forests, mangrove swamps, grasslands It is the world’s smallest and flattest continent The Indian Ocean and Pacific Oceans surround Australia Gondwana Rainforest, Australia Evergreen tree that are can survive in saltwater Return to our……. “Essential Question(s)” /


National Flag Kangaroos The Opera House in Sydney,with the famous Harbour Bridge,floodlit behind.

National Flag Kangaroos The Opera House in Sydney,with the famous Harbour Bridge,floodlit behind A section of the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Queensland Ayers Rock in the Northern Territories is a sacred site to the Aboriginal people. Australian cowboys herding /, which has a relatively small population. It is these eastern cities that attract most tourists. Off the northeast coast of the continent, the Great Barrier Reef runs roughly north to south for more than 1,200 mi (1,930 km). This chain of /


STATE SYMBOLS. “Union Jack” It is a popular name of the flag of the UK of GB and NI. Union- союз (союзний) symbolizes the union between England and Scotland.

of the country. The capital is Wellington. New Zealand. On the blue background in the left corner you can see reduced flag of the UK To the right you can see 4 red stars with white borders. They stand for a galaxy of South Cross/ language they speak “kiwi English”. Australia. It is both a continent and a country which lies between the Indian and the Pacific Oceans. The capital of the country is Canberra. The nationality is the Australians. English is the first state language. The symbols of the country/


Welcome to New Zealand. It’s a small country. It’s situated next to the Australian continent in the Oceania.

Welcome to New Zealand It’s a small country. It’s situated next to the Australian continent in the Oceania. New Zealand is a beautiful country of mountains, active volcanoes, waterfalls, geysers and glaciers in/the head of state. The Queen is represented by the Governor-General, whom she appoints on the advice of the Prime Minister. The flag of New Zealand The capital of New Zealand is Wellington. Hamilton AucklandGisborne Tauranga Christchurch Napier Palmerston North Whanganui Dunedin The cities of Nea /


It is the only island continent. There are 6 states and 2 territories. The native people are called the Aboriginal. Most people speak English but there.

It is the only island continent. There are 6 states and 2 territories. The native people are called the Aboriginal. Most people speak English but there are over 150 aboriginal languages. The flag has the Southern Cross on it like New Zealand’s. It has/is very very hot. Ayre’s Rock or Uluru is a very famous place for the Aboriginal people and visitors. Australian Animals Australia is full of special and unique animals Kangaroo Wombat Platypus Koala Aboriginal People Aboriginal people have lived in Australia /


Australia today Due to the colonization of Australia by the British, there is a large British influence seen in the country today. Australian FlagBritish.

the colonization of Australia by the British, there is a large British influence seen in the country today. Australian FlagBritish Flag Some of the British influence you see in Australia include: **language **Food **religion **sports **form /So, is the Outback desolate? What goes on in the Outback? Sheep farming In the Australian "outback", the vast desert and semi-arid terrain that covers three quarters of the continent, its population has fallen (as sheep farming has declined in importance). For over a /


G’day! This is our project on Australia. We hope you enjoy it. Lauren researched the geography of the country. Chloe researched the flag. Abbie researched.

on Australia. We hope you enjoy it. Lauren researched the geography of the country. Chloe researched the flag. Abbie researched the history of the island. Neha researched animals and Roann researched features. This is our / Reef  Sydney Harbour Bridge  The Australian flag is known as the Commonwealth Blue Ensign.  The flag consists of The Crux constellation, the 7 pointed star and the Union Jack.  It is the only flag in the world that represents a whole continent.  The Commonwealth of Australia is a/


The colours of the interlinked Olympic rings were chosen by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), to represent the union of the 5 continents, Australia,

the union of the 5 continents, Australia, Africa, America, Asia and Europe and further signify the meeting of the worlds athletes at the Olympic Games. The five colours of the rings may be found on most flags of the world The Olympics Blue/watch in 220 countries and territories, generating more than 36.1 billion television viewing hours. For the first time, Australians and international visitors shared in the excitement of Olympics Live sites around the city of Sydney. Spectators purchased more than /


Introduction to Satellite Aerosol Products Pawan Gupta Introduction to Remote Sensing for Air Quality Applications for the Indian Sub- Continent and Surrounding.

Quality Applications for the Indian Sub- Continent and Surrounding Regions Summer 2013 ARSET -/SDS) Optical_Depth_Land_And_Ocean (with recommended quality flags over land and ocean) Dark_Target_Deep_Blue_Optical_Depth_550_Combined (Deep Blue & Dark Target Algorithm merged product) Dark_Target_Deep_Blue_Optical_Depth_550_Combined_QA (Quality Flag associated with DD product) http/ the globe of a high altitude smoke layer generated by the Australian fires in December 2006. Numbers indicate the day of the month/


Click on the flag below to move on Which of the following is NOT a United States landmarks? A.The White House B.Statue of Liberty C.Eiffel Tower D.Mount.

4, 1776) There are seven rays on her crown, one for each of the seven continents, each measuring up to 9 feet in length and weighing as much as 150 pounds Total /Washington’s face, a group of Rapid City women sewed a 39ft by 67ft American flag. The flag was later used to dedicate all of the presidents on Mount Rushmore. Washington’s nose/the Statue of Liberty to the United States as a gift? A.) French B.) German C.)Australian D.) Chinese Question #4 What is the total weight of the Statue of Liberty? A.) 500/


Conflict Project By Fergus Evans Comparing conflict in 6 of the 7 continents in the world.

Evans Comparing conflict in 6 of the 7 continents in the world. Europe The conflict in Europe/scrap metal dealers landed on British sovereign territory, the island of St. Georgia, and raised the Argentine flag. This action would have thoroughly annoyed the British as it was breaking international laws. On April 2 / Australia. The attack on Sydney Harbour In May and June 1942 the war was brought to the Australians when the Japanese attacked Sydney Harbour from the sea. In the late afternoon of 31 May 1942 /


Australia-The land Down Under  Kate Yatskivska  Inna Slukovska  Tanya Tsiopich  Kate Burla  Marina Yaremchuk  Elvira Zhvalyuk  Olha Kozeruk  Olga.

earned their freedom and stayed on in Australia. A lot of free English settlers saw the opportunities of the new continent,several free colonies were founded at the beginning of the 19 th century. The six early colonies grew and became/ are provided. Australian National Flag This page describes the protocol relating to flying the Australian flag. Includes how to fly the flag, half masting, commercial use of the flag and the history of the flag. It also links to images and templates of the flag that users can/


AUSTRALIA. Цели: изучить специфику жизни Австралии, истории, географии, форм правления, экологии, культуры, образования; совершенствовать знания и умения.

lifestyle, all very realistic. THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL FLAG The Australian flag is major national symbol, both within Australia and overseas. It belongs to equally to all Australians and anyone in Australia may fly it. The Australian National Flag has a spacious blue background and /here, including the ferns and creepers. ANIMALS The dry, desert-like plains of the Australian outback cover more than two-thirds of the continent. Much of the region receives less than 250 mm of rainfall a year. Although the/


Module 9 Unit 3 Australia Using language. Listening Page 67 Discuss with a partner what is happening in each of the photographs below.

can be easily identified when they are in the water. Surf lifesaving boat Nippers marching Surf board rescue and flag SurfersRescue boatNippers and flag Activity 2 Activity 3 1.What part of Australia does Ross come from? Tasmania. 2. When Ross lived in/were taught. 2. Why does Mary White think European explorers didn’t discover the Australian continent until the 17th century? Before 1644, explorers didn’t know they had found a continent. They just visited small parts of it. 3. Why does Nick chance think /


Australia-The land Down Under  Kate Yatskivska  Inna Slukovska  Tanya Tsiopich  Kate Burla  Marina Yaremchuk  Elvira Zhvalyuk  Olha Kozeruk  Olga.

earned their freedom and stayed on in Australia. A lot of free English settlers saw the opportunities of the new continent,several free colonies were founded at the beginning of the 19 th century. The six early colonies grew and became/ are provided. Australian National Flag This page describes the protocol relating to flying the Australian flag. Includes how to fly the flag, half masting, commercial use of the flag and the history of the flag. It also links to images and templates of the flag that users can/


AUSTRALIA. Australia in Brief Australia is an independent Western democracy with a population of more than 22 million. It is one of the world’s most urbanised.

to 18 per cent of the total mainland area of Australia Australian Islands The Australian mainland is in fact the world’s largest island and is often referred to as an island continent. Australia is also surrounded by thousands of smaller islands ranging is/’s geographical location. The Commonwealth Star This large seven point star is placed centrally in the third quarter of the flag. The seven points denote the six states of Australia and the combined territories of the Commonwealth. The seventh point was/


Unit3 The land down under “down under”means in Australia.

From the text we can infer Australia came into being _____ the continent began to exist. 1.The Australian flag shows ____. A. the UK flag and seven stars B. the USA flag and a large star with seven points C. the UK flag and six large stars with seven points D. the UK flag, a large star and a group of small stars 2. From the/


Australia By Chantell Williams. MAP OF AUSTRALIA.

spiritual values based on reverence for the land and a belief in the Dreamtime.hunter-gatherersoral cultureDreamtime Geography : The Australian continent is located between the Indian Ocean and the south pacific Ocean. Climate : Generally dry to very dry. The /,176 (July 2007 est.) The Flag The Flag The flag of Australia was chosen in 1901 from entries in a worldwide design competition. It was approved by Australian and British authorities over the next few years. The flag of Australia was chosen in 1901/


人教修订版 高三英语(上) Unit 3 The land down under 人教修订版 高三英语(上) Unit 3 The land down under.

enjoy the same rights. C. a society made up of diverse peoples came into being. 9. From the national flag of Australia, we can know________. A. there are 5 states altogether in Australia B. people of Australia like American/ On a ancient contient live in the same way as one’s fellow Australians Paragraph 3 15. 声称某物归某人所有 16. 一支十一艘船的舰队 17. 结果 claim sth for sb a fleet of 11 ships 18. 声称这块大 陆的东海岸属 于不列颠王国 claim the east coast of the continent for the British Crown as a consequence=in consequence =as a result 19/


人教修订版 高中三年级 Unit 3. Reading Revision In 1901, the Commonwealth of Australia was formed, with Canberra as its capital. English is its official language.

1. What do the symbols on the Australian flag represent? 1. What do the symbols on the Australian flag represent? The Australian flag shows the UK flag and a large star with seven points. Six/flag represent the Southern Cross — a group of stars in the southern sky that can be used to find the South Pole. 2. Who were the first people to arrive in Australia? 2. Who were the first people to arrive in Australia? The first Australians were the Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders. They came to the continent/


the Land Down under Unit 3 The trip to Australia Bushwalking cycling diving surfing hiking.

and art. And it is a famous traveling resort. Careful reading Which is the national flag of Australia and what do the symbols on the Australian flag represent? The First Australians! The first Australians were the Aborigines & Torres Strait Islanders At least 50,000 years ago, these peoples came to the continent. In what way do they live now? Some: Others: Some: Others: Still live in/


EU peníze středním školám Název vzdělávacího materiálu: Australia nad New Zealand Číslo vzdělávacího materiálu: AJ1-9 Šablona: II/2 Inovace a zkvalitnění.

Country Australia – Aboriginals Indigenous Australians = Aboriginals Indigenous Australians = Aboriginals are the original inhabitants of the Australian continent and nearby islands, aprox. 3% of the population. Numerous tribes and languages Arrived to the continent about 50,000 years ago //722031/exploring-mount-ruapehu, http://www.travelphotoadventures.com/the- road-to-mount-cook/, https://flagspot.net/flags/nz_fern.html, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/wildlife/8504331/Kiwi-turns-up-in-Russia.html,http/


Australia– the Great South Land(session 1)

of interpretation as the white beaches surrounding the Great Island Continent. Finally, the Southern Cross appears in the primary position, towards the pole, as the badge with which Australians identify. Ausflag Professional Design Competition 2000 It is an evolution of the current flag design, retaining the features which Australians love, but making the flag truly Australian. It even appeals to the traditionalists by restoring Australias heraldic/


Lead-in 1)Can you describe the geographical location of Australia? Australia lies in south hemisphere and is surrounded by oceans: the Indian Ocean in.

: The Birth of a Nation 5. Speak Australian? No worries! Match the subtitles of each paragraph with the following key words: subtitles 1. The Portrait of a Nation key words people history birth language geography, capital, flag etc. Fast reading 1. Canberra is located between Sydney and Melbourne. T 2. The Aborigines first came to the continent and created complex societies. F 3/


AUSTRALIA English Form 7 Valtu Basic School Tiina Tunnel.

lives in the eastern and southern coasts, and around Perth in the west. Perth THE NATIVE AUSTRALIANS … or Aborigines, have lived in Australia for at least 40,000 years. The flag of the Aboriginals. FLAG The flag of Australia is the only one to fly over a whole continent. The small Union Jack represents the historical link with Britain, the large seven-pointed star represents/


Amazing Australia Australia is a fascinating country. It is full of strange and wonderful place, unusual animals and amazing culture.

Until 1901 – a British colony Now – an independent country National holiday: Australia Day – 26th January Currency: Australian Dollar The flag of Australia The flag was chosen in 1901. It has three symbols: the Union Jack, the Commonwealth Star, the Southern Cross. 1/ cities. 1.--- Australia is 2.--- island, 3.--- continent and 4.---country. It’s 5.--- world’s largest island and its 6.--- smallest continent. And it’s 7.--- only country that has 8.--- whole continent to itself. However, 9.--- lot of it is /


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Bay was the site of James Cooks first landing of HMS Endeavour (=Royal Navy research vessel) on the continent of Australia. - The centre is mostly a desert - There are tropical regions in the north with heavy/ CANBERRA, MELBOURNE  The Australian Union  The Republic of Australia  The United States of Australia  The Commonwealth of Australia  This is the Aboriginal flag  This is the flag of New Zealand.  This is the flag of Australia  The Commonwealth Star is missing in this flag.  Panda  Dingo/


ENGLISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES. The aim of the project: Learn more about English-speaking countries. Our tasks: To find information about English-speaking.

is the world’s largest island and its smallest continent. It lies between the Indian and the Pacific Oceans. The capital of Australia is Canberra. History of Australia The east coast of Australia was discovered by Captain Cook in 1770. The official language in AUSTRALIA is English. Its currency is Australian dollar(AUD). The flag of Australia was chosen in 1901. It consists/


Speak about… Understand the information… Explain the problem… Find necessary information…

Speak about… Understand the information… Explain the problem… Find necessary information… ENGLISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES the smallest continent the largest island the Pacific Ocean the Indian Ocean The flag of Australia. The Australian flag is the only one to fiy over the whole continent. The small Union Jack represents the historical link with Britain, the large seven- pointed star represents the six states and the territories, and/


AUSTRALIA - THE BEST COUNTRY FOR LIFE By Zandakova Valeria.

continent. o It’s the 6 th biggest country in the world. Location States and territories Australia has six states: o New South Wales; o Queensland; o South Australia; o Tasmania; o Victoria; o Western Australia; and two major mainland territories: o the Australian Capital Territory; o The Northern Territory. About half of the territory of Antarctica belongs to Australia. Flag/Epsilon Crucis. Before the advent of the Australian flag on the mainland used the British Union Jack flag. The top half of the coat of/


THE BEST OF ALL POSSIBLE WORLDS. THE BEST OF ALL POSSIBLE WORLDS. Group Project “THE INLUENCE OF GEOGRAPHY ON AUSTRLIANS AND THEIR LIFESTYLE.” m made by.

First Fleet of settlers and convicts arrived from England and landed at fort Jackson, now the site of Sydney. National Flag The national flag has a royal blue background with the Union Jack on the right which represents the historical link with Britain. The /highest mountains. Hot winds blow from the north, cold winds blow from the south. So most of the continent is sunny most of the year. Australians say that they can sleep out of doors all the year round. Wildlife Many years ago Australia became cut/


LOCATION Tasmania (abbreviated as Tas and known colloquially as "Tassie") is an island state, part of the Commonwealth of Australia, located 240 kilometres.

is an island state, part of the Commonwealth of Australia, located 240 kilometres (150 mi) to the south of the Australian continent, separated by Bass Strait. The state includes the island of Tasmania, the 26 th largest island in the world, and the/supported bytwo Thylacines (Tasmanian tigers/wolfs) with a motto beneath, UbertasetFidelitas, which is Latin for "Fertility and Faithfulness". Flag of Tasmania Proportion : 1:2 Adopte : 25 September 1876 Design : State badge of a red lion passant on white disk/


Unit 3 The land down under. The Great Barrier Reef 大堡礁.

so many plants and animals that can not be found anywhere else in the world? Because Australia has been separated from other Continents for millions of years. 2. Why do kangaroos carry their young in a pocket of skin on their stomach? Kangaroos / in pronunciation; vocabulary English: The Australian flag shows the Uk flag and a large star with seven points. Six of the points represent the states and the seventh stands for all the territories. The other stars on the flag represent the Southern Cross---a group /


AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. AUSTRALIA Area: 7,686,850 sq km Population: 20 milion Capital: Canberra.

there are some mountains - Uluru (Ayers Rock) Along the eastern coast are the Australians Alps – the hightest top of the continent Mount Kosciuszko but the highest peak of the Australian state is Mawson Peak that lies on the Heard Island (500 meters higher) Longest river/‘s points represents one of the six sovereign states, and the seventh point represents all of the territories Rest of the flag – the Southern Cross constellation (it can only be seen in the southern hemisphere) NEW ZEALAND Area: 268,680 sq /


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territories What does the national flag stand for? Southern Cross UK flag Six of the points represent the six states and the other represents all the territories. Six of the points represent the six states and the other represents all the territories. ( 联邦区域) 南十字星座) Part 2: People (para.2) The first Australians were ________ and _________________. They came to the continent at least_________years ago. Nowadays, some/


English speaking countries

, Scotland and Wales and doesnt include Northern Ireland.The British Isles are separated from European continent by the North Sea and the English Channel. The western coast of GB is washed /in fact the government of the country is headed by the Prime Minister. Australian has two chambers- the House of Representatives and the Senate. Parliament ? Parliament//12/01/266390331.jpg http://www.dmitry-yaroshenko.ru/uploads/galerie_folders/flags/canada.jpg http://images.wikia.com/russianfootball/images/6/66/%D0%/


OCEANIA.

the Pacific, and Antarctica. Australia is sometimes called “The Island Continent”. Early cartographers called it “Terra Australis” – the southern land. Seasons are reversed in the southern hemisphere Australians call their country “The Land Down Under” due to its/its giant head statues Many flags in Oceania feature the Union Jack (British flag), and the Southern Cross constellation. Here are some examples: ANTARCTICA Antarctica is the coldest, driest, highest, and iciest continent Few species can survive the/


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