You’re about to find out how well you understand Australian English signs. Want more English quizzes? Check out The Big, Fat Clark and Miller English Quiz 2017.
Back in August, I was in England and wrote a quiz about British English signs.
Signs are everywhere in England, and some of them are quite difficult to understand.
Right now, I’m in Australia, on the other side of the world.
They like signs here, too.
Wherever you go, you can see a sign telling you to do something or telling you not to do something.
If you’re thinking of visiting Australia, there’s some good news: the signs here are easier to understand than the ones in England.
What’s more, they often come with a little picture to help you understand:
But, like in England, some of the signs are just very, very confusing for English learners.
So — put yourself to the test and increase your English vocabulary with the Clark and Miller Australian Sign Quiz!
The quiz might take a while to open, but it’s worth it. You’ll see!
Can You Understand These 12 Australian English Signs?
OK! So — how was it? Did you learn some new words?
Let’s test you on what you’ve learned.
Can you say what these words mean?
Answer in the comments!
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