Australia - the Island Continent (comprensión auditiva)

Australia – the island continent

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  1. Australia is made up of 6 states, 2 territories and some small islands.[Australia se compone de seis estados, dos territorios y algunas islas pequeñas.]|En el texto: The country is made up of 6 states (New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia, Victoria, Tasmania and Queensland), 2 territories (The Northern Territory and The Australian Capital Territory) and some small islands.
  2. English is not the official language of Australia.[El inglés no es la lengua oficial de Australia.]|En el texto: … although Australia has no official language everyone speaks English.|[Aunque Australia no tiene una lengua oficial, todo el mundo habla inglés.]
  3. There is an average of 22.8 people per square kilometer.[La población media es de 22,8 personas por kilómetro cuadrado.]|En el texto: There is an average of 2.8 people per square kilometer.|[La población media es de 2,8 personas por kilómetro cuadrado.]

Transcripción

Australia - the island continent

Australia, officially calledoficialmente denominada The Commonwealth of Australia, is also known ases también conocida como The Land Down Under, Oz or Aussie. It is the smallestel más pequeño continent in the world but the sixthsexto biggest country and is sometimes calleda veces se le dice the world's biggest island. The country is made up ofestá compuesto por 6 states (New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia, Victoria, Tasmania and Queensland), 2 territories (The Northern Territory and The Australian Capital Territory) and some small islands.

Australian people are called Australians or Aussies and althoughsin embargo Australia has no official language, everyone speaks English. Australian English is different from British and American English and Australians have a distinctive accent and unusual slangargot inusual and vocabulary.

The population of Australia is around 22.9 million and most people live in large cities along the coast line. There is an averagemedia of 2.8 people per square kilometer.

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