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What is a typical australian?
Transcript of What is a typical australian?
My Differences And Similarities
My differences with an average australian are that my dad works as a property manger but the average dad works as an electrician. My mum is a nurse but the average is a sales assistant. The average only speaks English at home. My mum is 36 and my dad is 40 but the data says that the average mum is 37 and the dad is 36. My similarities include:
The family has a family of 4 with 2 children and 2 married parents and they would live in a free-standing house that would have 3 bedrooms.
From the data collected the average australian family has a family of 4 with 2 children and 2 married parents. The mum is 37 years old and the dad is 36 years old. One of the children would be 9 and the other would be 6. The mum would work as a sales assistant and the dad would work as an electrician. They live in a free-standing house and it would have 3 bedrooms. They speak only English at home.
I think that the average Australian family has a family of 4 with 2 children and 2 parents.The dad works as a plumber and the mum is a nurse. The mum is 36 and the dad is 38. They live in the suburbs in a free-standing house. They would only rarely speak a language other than English at home.
We have a family of 4 with 2 children and 2 parents. My mum is 36, my dad is 40, I am 10 and my brother is 5 years old. My mum is a nurse and my dad is a property manager. We live in a free-standing house with 3 bedrooms. My mum is born from overseas and we speak another language at home which is Korean.
By Jena Pettingill