My name is Malala I come from Afghanistan.I came to Australia as a refugee to have freedom. I spoke a foreign language so I had to learn English. I found it difficult at first. Now I am in the industry of forestry. I have come so far from the little girl who escaped from Afghanistan. I could not even say my name. Now after studying at the University of Melbourne I have two degrees in forestry! Today I am now an official citizen of Australia. I can now vote in the election! I am so happy. ‘I have come so far’!
freedom- Being free or having the right to do what you want.
Economy-Managing a country and how much money the country makes.
Forestry- The study of the bush or forest.
Gambling- Playing a game that is purely about chance.
Foreign- Something from a different country.
The state government spends its funds through a series of departments, each of
which provides services for the public. Each department is responsible to a
cabinet minister, but has a permanent head as well. This head is a permanent
senior public servant , who usually hold his or her position for many years. On
the other hand, the Cabinet ministers change from time to time, usually as a result
of an elections.
undressed – taking off clothes
unlikely – probably won’t happen
unbelievable – difficult to imagine
multipurpose – lots of different ways of doing something
multiply – operation in maths that makes things bigger
multimillionaire – a person who is extremely rich
overcooked – cooked for too long
overheated – too hot or too warm
overdone – done too many times
supermarket- a shopping place where you can buy many things
superman – a man who has extra powers
supernatural – something not from this world
peckish – feeling a little hungry
polish – someone from Poland
Turkish – someone or something from Turkey
Clueless- not sure of what to do.
Eyeless- Someone without a eye
Legless- Someone without a leg or legs.