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Kutju Australia : an Australian translation of Advance Australia Fair (2011)

by Julie Johnston

Other authors: Frank Jennings (Photographer.)

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Children of different cultures and backgrounds from the Northern Territory and New South Wales learn and record the Luritja translation of Advance Australia Fair."Originally there were hundreds of different languages in Australia. Sadly, most of them have been lost: a great pity, for these are among the oldest languages on earth. In this book Advance Australia Fair has been translated in the oldest surviving language in the world."-Publisher's website.… (more)
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Children of different cultures and backgrounds from the Northern Territory and New South Wales learn and record the Luritja translation of Advance Australia Fair."Originally there were hundreds of different languages in Australia. Sadly, most of them have been lost: a great pity, for these are among the oldest languages on earth. In this book Advance Australia Fair has been translated in the oldest surviving language in the world."-Publisher's website.

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