Feb 17, 2016 ... Australian English is similar to British English, but many common words differ
from American English—and there are many unique Aussie ...
Learn these Australian slang words and phrases and you'll feel at home on your
first day Down Under.
Australian slang dictionary specifically about Australian phrases for the novice
and expert alike.
Australians used the -o suffix a lot, he reflected. Arvo, smoko, garbo, journo. But
not all -o words were Australian, said Simpson [the other of the two editors]: eg ...
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Many English speaking people visiting our country for the first time often find
Australian English surprisingly different. For example Aussies tend to shorten
Australians sometimes say several words as one 'waddayareckon' (what do you
reckon?), owyagoin (how are you going?) etc. This can be confusing for an ...
This one-of-a-kind Aussie speech and verbalisation is a somewhat trite language
, voice, and system of Australian words for discourse. It's colloquial language of ...
Glossary of Australian Slang, Idioms & Aussie Lingo. Define: Acca Dacca - rock
band 'AC DC'; ace – excellent; ambo - Paramedic, Ambulance Officer; 'ang on ...
Feb 17, 2012 ... Australian slang is almost a language of its own. Aussies (as they're also called)
love to play with words, and to use shortened terms to explain ...