Today we have a story by A. B. “Banjo” Paterson, a famous Australian writer best known for his poems and stories about about life in Australia’s and in the late 1800’s. the title, this story has very little to do with elephants. It is about cars and their drivers, and is a wonderful example of Australian in the lead up to the country’s independence from Britain in 1900.
(n: countryside, noncount) Land that is outside big towns and cities. (ชนบท) 2000
(n: outback, noncount) The country areas in Australia a long way away from the coast and cities. (ชนบท) 13000
(prep: despite) Without being prevented by; in spite of (something). Used to say that something happens or is true even though there is something that might have prevented it from happening or being true. (ถึงแม้ว่า) 2000
(n: humor or humour, noncount) 1. Jokes, funny stories, etc., of a particular kind. (ความตลกขบขัน) 2. The ability to be funny or to be amused by things that are funny; also called 'sense of humor'. (อารมณ์ขัน) 3000