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Mrs Linda L'Green

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Australian Aboriginal Languages-Wonnarua sentences 2- Let turn English into Wonnarua!

1. Read the English sentence on each activity page. 2. Write the Wonnarua word translations under each word. You may use the cards or the Wonnarua APP. 3. Leave the words you can not find with eg. My mother's baby has black hair. amuwampa tankan pupung ...... naru wurang. 4. Remember sometimes you will need to search using other words to find the translation. eg, little sister = younger sister or Grandma =older woman. 5. When you have completed each activity page. Draw an image that represents each sentence. Upload photos of your illustrations. 6. Check your work before clicking to submit your work for teacher feedback.

8th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, World Languages
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Lesson prepared by Linda L'Green using source: A salvage grammar and wordlist of the language from the Hunter River and Lake Macquarie, Amanda Lissarrague. I would also like to acknowledge the past, present, and future Wonnarua people, Korreil Wonnai AECG - Cessnock & Kurri Kurri and Amanda Lissarrague for their support to return Australian Aboriginal Languages to our people.