Photos - Surprises - Signs (continued)
It's a high cost-saving area, sticking road signs on whatever.
What must you be able to do to get this job in Rowntree Street, Balmain? Everything.
…Have vehicle registration plate
ending in odd number…Not alight from vehicle left
Parking in Downes Street, Belfield, is a motorist minefield.
Hearing at Yanginanook School, Belrose:
For the defence: A noun beginning with a vowel is always preceded by 'an', not 'a', eg 'an apple, 'an umbrella'.
For the prosecution: A noun beginning with a vowel is always preceded by 'an' except where the noun
is pronounced as beginning with a 'y', eg 'a university', 'a European country'.
Judgement: The "a"/"an" rule in English is not about the first letter of the word that follows,
but rather about the first sound of the word that follows.
How's your history? Captain Cook landed at Botany Bay,
not too far from Beverly Hills, back in 1770.
So what happened 15 years later in what is now Kent Place?
(See next photo)
Can't we all relate to this in Mill Street, Bexley?
Plateau Road, Bilgola Plateau’s main street, has an excellent
bus service between 6.30am and 7.30am Monday to Friday.
Sydney has only one petrol station.
(All the rest are service stations.)
Not only that, but is there any other place in Sydney
that advertises Pacific Island food?
It’s in Boldrewood Road, Blackett.