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GRACE_ambassador

Well-known member
Feb 22, 2021
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Midwest
#5

Isny

Senior Member
Jan 15, 2017
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#7
Hello and welcome to our fellowship. We are delighted to have you join us. Australia is a beautiful land!

Heron Island is one of my favorite places when we go or perhaps a sunset on a sheep/cattle station. I must admit the Outbackers live a rather rugged life but they have hearts of gold.

Did you climb Uluru before it was closed to the public?
PS: I do miss my vegemite.
 

Thusiserve

Active member
Nov 8, 2022
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#10
Welcome to CC, Underwhosewings! I pray you find many blessings and much fellowship here with us!

I like your username!
 

Underwhosewings

Well-known member
Jan 19, 2023
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Australia
#11
Hello and welcome to our fellowship. We are delighted to have you join us. Australia is a beautiful land!

Heron Island is one of my favorite places when we go or perhaps a sunset on a sheep/cattle station. I must admit the Outbackers live a rather rugged life but they have hearts of gold.

Did you climb Uluru before it was closed to the public?
PS: I do miss my vegemite.
I did a coastal trip, including the snowys.
So amazing. But never got to the great rock, the rock of ages cleft for me just got my full attention. 😌 Somehow we were raised on marmite. 😄
 

Magenta

Senior Member
Jul 3, 2015
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#17
I still haven’t learnt how to say
“G’day mate” 🤣
For the Aussie accent, you turn your "A" sounds to "I."

For example: G'dye, mite.

It is the opposite in Canada, where we turn "I" sounds to "A."

Example: Turn rate here. Or, Whose turn is it to wape the dishes?

:giggle:
 

HealthAndHappiness

Well-known member
Jul 7, 2022
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Almost Heaven West Virginia
#19
For the Aussie accent, you turn your "A" sounds to "I."

For example: G'dye, mite.

It is the opposite in Canada, where we turn "I" sounds to "A."

Example: Turn rate here. Or, Whose turn is it to wape the dishes?

:giggle:
Some people learn foreign languages by watching old TV shows. Others get the Duolingo or Babble app, but this is free.

 

TabinRivCA

Well-known member
Oct 23, 2018
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#20
Great to have you joining the discussions and glad you've made yourself right at home here😊 Welcome and may God bless you and yours!