Yes, Australians are very good at football and play just like most of the world does.
Australians speak English so we just say.... street
Well it dominates austrailias culture just a little bit more then it does Americans lol... soo im gonna say... no
Most Australians simply say "thank you". The casual slang phrase also commonly used is "no worries".
Yes, but some Australians say "g'day mate!" They are also just as likely to say, "Hello" or "Hi", with or without the "mate". Australians are not all the antipodean yobboes (look it up) that they are portrayed as in American television shows.
Australians enjoy a number of different sports, including AFL, cricket, soccer, basketball - all sports also enjoyed by other countries.
so they say.
jugar is used to say play sport. If your trying to say "to play soccer" you would say "jugar futbol(soccer in spanish)"
I am a lover of all sports and can appreciate that in most parts of the world they call Soccer Football. It really annoys me however that Fifa the governing body of Soccer is trying to change Australian sporting culture buy trying to make Aussies say football, when referring to Soccer. I encourage all Australians to keep calling Soccer Soccer. How dare they try and change the Australian vocabulary. In Australia the term football is used to describe Australian Rules football and Rugby League, not Soccer.
Australians speak English. So, you would say "kid".
Exactly how you say it in english
Because Australians are the same as everybody else on the planet, and everyone is different, it is impossible to say what their needs and wants are.