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I am a big fan of all things Aussie and this article really shows how one of my favorite things about New Zealand is the rich, deep diversity of the country.
Ausley, is a beautiful word that describes the country’s rich history and multicultural beauty. Ausley can also be a verb meaning to go somewhere, or in this case, go to a place where there are lots of people who are from all over the world.
The article, written by Lauren, shows the richness of the country with the diversity of the people living there. The article contains a section on what Ausley looks like, how Ausley is made, and a few other interesting details about the country. There is even a brief historical section, including a brief history of the first European settlers.
The article is written from a UK perspective, so there are a few words written in a bit of a UK English accent. Also, the article is written from a UK perspective so a few words written in a British accent is probably expected. I’m not going to complain about the use of a UK accent, it’s always done in the articles, but it’s a little distracting.
In a word, that was a very interesting article. The comments section was very interesting. The article mentions that the first European settlers to Australia were English, Scots, and Welsh. That was a bit of a surprise for me. I thought the British settlers were all Irish and a lot of Americans. I would have expected English to be the most common nationality on the continent.
For a while now, there’s been a debate about whether or not the English should be the predominant national group on Australia’s continent. The English have always been the most common nationality on the continent, but there is now a growing movement that says British cultural differences should be more prominent than ever. At the moment, English is the second most common nationality, after Germans, but it’s not an easy balance to find.
The problem is that theres a large discrepancy between the majority of people who are English and the majority of people who are not English. This makes it hard for the english to be spoken as a first language. Theres also a long history of the English speaking minority wanting their own country on the continent. For example, in 1816, the British parliament rejected the suggestion of a separate state for the island of New Caledonia.
So if we take a look at the first European language spoken in the British Isles, we see that it was French. And over time, English began to be used as the first language for most people. When the French first colonised this part of the world, they came to this country via Madagascar. So in the 19th century, Madagascar became the first place where there was a group of people speaking a language more closely related to French than to English.
That’s how the French came to this country from Madagascar, and then moved on to colonise North America. And then came East Asia. And in fact, a lot of Japanese didn’t speak French, but a form of Japanese that only resembled the French.
But there are groups of people who came from Madagascar and East Asia and North America and, say, Germany and England.