um do you mean what do regular australians do well if tht was your questions Answer..................... The same thing as you
Australians values include free speech, equality, a fair go for all, and mateship.
a fair to kill non white people
There is now Washington State Fair. But my guess is you mean the Puyallup Fair. For dates go to www.thefair.com
The predominant religion in Australia is Christianity. Regarding values, Australians believe in 'mateship', i.e. loyal friendship and standing by one's mates no matter what; they believe in giving people a fair go; in supporting the 'underdog'; and in enjoying the beautiful wild country in which they live.
A fair game is one where each player is equally likely to win. When something is fair game, it is an acceptable target to go after.
The Australian National Anthem: "Advance Australia Fair."
We go to school
They go to a shop!
April 25 1915 was the landing of Australians troops on the shores of Gallipoli.
i presume you mean do Australians call us poms? if so yes
it means the world
No, equal does not mean fair even though it may be fair.
A fair go means a decent chance, a reasonable opportunity, to do or complete something.For example, a boss may give a new employee "a fair go" to see if he can prove his worth.A school student may give an exam "a fair go" even if he didn't study.A mother-in-law may give her new daughter-in-law "a fair go" before judging her cooking capabilities!If you don't give someone or something "a fair go", you are not giving them an equal, fair chance to prove themselves.
procedure means to go step by step on what you did
The duration of Fair Go is 1800.0 seconds.
Fair should definitely not be part of science fair.
what does expected outcome mean for a science fair
Thay wanted to go to the fair.
Gerrymandering is not fair, unless you consider fair to mean 'fair game' in the sense that it is not illegal everywhere.
Any test administered at a fair, such as a County or State fair can be described as a Fair Test.
Not all Australians go to the beach for Christmas, as not all Australians have ready access to decent beaches. However, many do choose to spend Christmas at the beach because it occurs during the Australian summer which, in many parts of the country, can be very hot.