25. Australia and New Zealand
Nouns and plural
location of Australia and the capital city
location of New Zealand
geographic facts about New Zealand
capital of New Zealand
Look at the picture bellow. You can see some marine mammals that live in the sea around New Zealand. Can you named them?
What is the nature like in New Zealand?
Nouns and plural
regular plurals – e.g. cat, table
irregular plurals – e.g. glass, dish, peach, box
nouns in -y / e.g. country, fly
nouns in -f / e.g. knife, wife
write the plural form of these words: a man, a child, a mouse
Read and translate the article, please.
On any New Zealand menu you will find locally harvested seafood, dairy products, lamb, beef, grain, fruit and vegetables of the highest standard. Many food producers are also certified organic growers – a result of New Zealand’s clean green image.
New Zealand wine is also unrivalled internationally. Varying soil and climatic conditions ensure a full range of varieties flourish in New Zealand – from Rieslings and Sauvignon Blancs to Merlots and Cabernets.
In recent years New Zealand has emerged as a truly cosmopolitan nation. Our cafes, bars and restaurants provide dining experiences to rival the best in the world!
Not only will your visit be punctuated by superb dining experiences but there are many opportunities to visit specialist producers of wine, olive oils, market gardens and farms.
The joy of many of these experiences is not only the produce itself but the people who deliver the goods. Often you meet the producer/winemaker or their close relatives and you take away a true understanding of their passion for their industry and what they do.