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Review:Kzintzi says:
I like this one, just a comment from someone who is Australian (I know that Amy/Matt/etc are from Australia), when referencing scrubland behind a building or elsewhere like you did in the first paragraph, we would typically say "between two Muggle farms with some bush behind it" - in that context the bush is a specific thing/object that can be split up into smaller pieces , not just a description. so for example we would say "I cleared some bush yesterday" or "we went to the bush", or "it had a bit of bush around it but not that much"... hopefully that makes sense :o)

Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it! Thanks for the tip! I used to have an Australian beta, but she got quite busy with motherhood and her own writing. I really appreciate it when people point Australian things out since I know even fewer Australianisms than Britishisms! Thanks for reading and reviewing! :)

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