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Living English: Episode 15 - A big grey one
Living English: Episode 15 - A big grey one
Living English is English teaching programmed ran by Australia Network TV. These 42-part series focuses on the English language used in everyday situations such as checking into a hotel or describing people. Get to know the characters of our drama 'Sisters and Brothers' as you learn and revise your basic English skills.

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Steve and Anne explore the park.
ANNELook at this big grey one
STEVEHe’s massive. He has very, very strong arms and legs.
ANNEAnd a big strong tail.
STEVEYeah. And ears. Very big ears
ANNEHis fur looks very soft.
STEVEIt feels soft on my hand
ANNEIt’s got beautiful big brown eyes.
They walk around.
ANNEOh, look at that little black and white one.
STEVEOh yeah. I think that’s a willy wagtail. They’re very fast and they move around a lot.
ANNEIt’s cute. It’s got such a long tail. Oh, look at that bird!
STEVEOh, that’s a kingfisher
ANNEOh, we have them in Singapore
STEVEReally?
ANNEHmm. Look at its beautiful blue back.
STEVEVery colourful, isn’t it? There’s lots in Australia. Big ones and small ones. We have a very big one called a kookaburra. It has a very interesting laugh.
Anne cuddles a koala.
ANNEHe’s so soft and cuddly.
STEVEYeah, like me!
STEVEThey’ve actually also got really sharp claws. See?
ANNEHe’s so cute! Can I take him home?
STEVEI don’t think they’d be very happy about that.
Anne has a moment of sadness.
STEVEOh, look at that one. What’s the matter?
ANNENothing… I’m just feeling a bit homesick.
STEVECome on, let’s go and get something to eat.

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