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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #37549: Australia
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    Australia


                                          

                                            AUSTRALIA

                                           

     





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    1.
    Australia is made up of six states and two territories.
    Queensland and New South Wales are the most of the Australian states.

    2.
    (National Museum) Canberra is the capital Australia.

    3.
    Seasons in Australia are the reverse of in Europe. June and July are the coldest months.

    4.
    The middle part of the country is called the outback. The outback does not get very rain and is very dry.

    5.
    Ayers Rock (Uluru) is located in the outback in the Northern Territory.
    It is the world 's monolith and an aboriginal sacred site.

    6.
    There are not many schools in the outback. Children who cannot get to school
    use a radio to hear their lessons.

    7.
    Australia's national sport is cricket but rugby and football are also popular.

    8.
    The Great Barrier Reef is made up of coral and alguae.
    It is the world's largest structure.

    9.
    Kangaroos and koalas are native Australia. Koalas are endangered.

    10.
    Australia was first used as a prison colony.
    The first free settlers landed in Sydney which is now the largest city.
    Sydney Opera House is one of the most unique buildings the world









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