How Do People Greet Each Other in Australia?

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Australians have different ways of greeting people such as 'hello' or 'hi' and at times 'good day' is also used. Australia is a country that contains the mainland of Australia continent and it is the sixth largest country in the world.
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Usually, people just say "hello" or "hi" but "G'day" remains a favourite as well.
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In Russia, it is considered gallant to kiss women three times. Conversations with Russians exhibit an openness that is not common in Western cultures. It is uncommon for the question
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pretty sure the GG wouldn't be standing there and nonchantly watching group of white men behaving like that.also pretty sure the police would have stepped in immediately if the idiots
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Rednecks greet each other just like any other American would. They will wave or say
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