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isnâ€™t something I had considered much until I returned to
surprised me how I had actually missed something so simple and not realised how
common it was to say and hear. Obviously every country probably has itâ€™s own
greeting which they recognise and use everyday, but Iâ€™m not sure if any is as
well known as the Aussie Gâ€™day. It does in a way signify a lot about Australia
that people associate with, which include, the warm climate, the laid back life
style. I know when I was in the
I do believe that something so simple is a huge part of our culture, one that has been formed through where we are and what we experience. Culture to me isnâ€™t the social events that we go to itâ€™s everything we experience about where we are and forms what we are like. Language of course is a huge part of culture, itâ€™s what you grow up communicating with and therefore greetings become second nature. It just never occurred to me as it has this time after an absence.
So Gâ€™day to you allâ€¦ from Downunder!