In the first few decades of the 20th century, Australians began to speak a unique language: German.
It was the language spoken in Germany, where the Nazis killed more than six million people.
In the second half of the century, Australia’s language grew from German to Australian and now has a global presence.
The Australian Government is in the process of updating the National Dictionary of the Australian Language.
But it’s hard to know exactly what it is.
The government says it’s trying to make sure the new dictionary is up to date.
But what is it, really?
Where did it come from?
What does it mean?
Where do we even begin to talk about this language?
We spoke to a number of experts to find out.
A number of languages have their origins In the 1920s, a group of German immigrants to Australia began speaking a different language, dubbed the Germanic language, which was spoken in the far eastern German province of the Kaliningrad Oblast.
Some of the German immigrants spoke a dialect called Romani, which is not in the language used today.
Romani is spoken by Germans in the Russian Federation and was an important part of the culture of the region.
Romans are considered to be the descendants of the first German settlers, who arrived around the time of the Roman Empire.
These settlers settled along the banks of the Dnieper River in what is now western Russia.
These Germans spoke Romani as well, but Romani had its own distinctive dialect, called Romansk, which came from Romani.
This was not the only language spoken by Romani speakers.
In 1922, German refugees from Poland also settled in Australia.
They also spoke Romanesk, a dialect that had its roots in the Romanesque languages spoken in eastern Poland.
These languages were spoken by many Germans during the Second World War.
In Australia, the first Romani-speaking Australians were the Russian and Polish immigrants.
These people spoke Romans and Romanesks in the Australian Capital Territory and Melbourne.
But the Romanski people are now extinct.
They were replaced by the Dzungarians in the late 1970s.
Today, the Dzigars and Dzigar languages are spoken in many Australian communities.
But in the 1920th century they were the language for a number more people, including German-speaking immigrants to the Commonwealth countries.
In fact, there are a number languages spoken today in the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany and Australia.
A language’s origins The words that we use to describe the language we speak can be traced back to the ancient times.
The Greek word Μργαις meaning “to make a sound” comes from the Greek word for “sound”.
Ancient Greeks were also known for their use of a particular dialect called Vulgar Latin, which used words from the Vulgar Greek language.
These words were originally borrowed from Latin, the Latin language spoken before it was converted to Latin.
A Latin-speaker would not be able to understand a word from Vulgar Italian, which would be Latin.
To this day, people who speak Latin are referred to as Vulgar Italians.
This dialect is still spoken in Italy.
Today it’s spoken by Italians in Italy and the United Nations has said it should be treated as a first language in any future Commonwealth country.
What does a language mean?
What exactly does a word mean in Latin?
The Latin alphabet is divided into four letters: A, B, C and D. The letter A is the same as the letter you write on your computer keyboard.
This is the letter the letter “A” stands for.
The Latin letters A, C, D and E are the same letters as the Greek letter Μιργ.
The first letter of Latin is called a hyphen.
This indicates that the letter is separated by a space.
In English, the hyphen is called an “h”.
Latin letters are written in the following order: A-B, C-D, E-F.
The letters A-D are usually written in lowercase, while the letters E-M are usually in uppercase.
The English alphabet also has some other symbols.
For example, there is an X-shaped bracket next to the letter ‘A’.
This indicates an upward-slanting vertical line.
There is also a circle around the letter A that indicates a horizontal line.
These symbols are called phi, which means “on the left” or “on one side”.
The letters M-Z and X-Z are also called phim, which stands for “on two sides”.
The phi symbol also indicates the upper-right corner of a word.
What do we know about the word “alien”?
When a word is used in a foreign context, it can be a term or a term of endearment.
In a foreign language, however, a word means “alien”.
For example: ‘faggot’ means a person who has