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What country speaks Tongan?

TongaTonga. It has around 187,000 speakers and is a national language of Tonga. What nationality is Tongan? Polynesian The vast majority of the population identify as ethnic Tongans (97% as of 2016) and are of Polynesian descent. Thus, they are ethnically related to Samoans, Tuvaluans and more distantly related to Māori and native Hawaiians. Who […]

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How do you say advertisement in Australia?

Break ‘advertisement’ down into sounds: [UHD] + [VUR] + [TUHS] + [MUHNT] – say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can consistently produce them. Record yourself saying ‘advertisement’ in full sentences, then watch yourself and listen. Which is correct advertisement or advertisement? https://youtu.be/ We usually pronounce the word like this advertisement advertisement […]

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Does New Zealand have Constitution?

New Zealand’s constitution is not found in one document. Instead, it has a number of sources, including crucial pieces of legislation, several legal documents, common law derived from court decisions as well as established constitutional practices known as conventions. Which country has no written constitution? The UK along with New Zealand and Israel are the […]

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Where should I move in Australia?

The top seven Australian cities for expats are: Adelaide: best for food and drink. Brisbane: best for rural escapes. Canberra: best for families. Hobart: best for property affordability. Melbourne: best for culture. Perth: best for climate. Sydney: best for job opportunities. Where is the friendliest place to live in Australia? Perth has been named Australia’s […]

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Who came on the first fleet?

Perhaps most famously, the First Fleet included more than 700 convicts. The settlement at Botany Bay was intended to be a penal colony. The convicts of the First Fleet included both men and women. Most were British, but a few were American, French, and even African. Who was involved in the First Fleet? The First […]

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What is triangulation forensics?

Triangulation coordinates: This method is designed to measure to an item from two fixed points by forming a triangle. This method allows the specialist to measure all items of evidence from the first fixed reference point then move to the second fixed reference point to complete the measurements. What is an example of triangulation? Examples. […]

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What does a kangaroo do?

Kangaroos are famous for their means of locomotion: hopping! They can reach speeds of 60kph, clearing more than 8m with a single hop! Duelling kangaroos. What does a kangaroo do for fun? The largest is the red kangaroo. Kangaroos can hop around quickly on two legs or walk around slowly on all four, but they […]

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Where was Mabo filmed?

Production. The film was written by Sue Smith, directed by Rachel Perkins and produced by Darren Dale and Miranda Dear, all of Blackfella Films, with the assistance of the ABC and SBS. It was filmed at Mer Island in the Torres Strait, Magnetic Island, Brisbane and Canberra. Where is the film Mabo set in? Though […]

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Are there sheep in Israel?

There are two primary breeds of sheep in Israel: the Awassi and the Assaf. The Awassi is Israel’s native sheep bread. Israeli sheep farmers have been improving the Awassi breed over the last 85 years. In 1930, Awassi sheep produced an average of about 40 liters of milk per year. How many sheep are there […]

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What is the national symbol of Denmark?

The National Flag of Denmark is referred to as the “Dannebrog” (Danish flag) and is one of the oldest national flags in the world. The flag was officially adopted in 1625. The National Flag of Denmark features a solid red field with a white Scandinavian cross that extends to the edges of the flag. Which […]

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