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Phrases

Many English speaking people visiting our country for the first time often find Australian English surprisingly different. For example Aussies tend to shorten words in ways that leave visitors lost: a politician is a polly, university is uni and Christmas … Read more

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Speaking Australian Slang

Speaking Australian Slang Australian slang is colourful, and often funny. Australian slang can also be a complete mystery to most people not born here. To help you, rather than alphabetize hundreds of words, I divided up the information into three … Read more

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Our Australian Slang Dictionary is organized by subject to make things easier to find. Example: select Clothing to see what Aussies call things they wear. Want to look up a word? Search by Alphabet on over 700 words. Seeing the … Read more

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Our Australian Slang Dictionary is organized by subject to make things easier to find. Example: select Clothing to see what Aussies call things they wear. Want to look up a word? Search by Alphabet on over 700 words. Seeing the … Read more

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Our Australian Slang Dictionary is organized by subject to make things easier to find. Example: select Clothing to see what Aussies call things they wear. Want to look up a word? Search by Alphabet on over 700 words. Seeing the … Read more

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Search Our Australian Slang Dictionary is organized by subject to make things easier to find. Example: select Clothing to see what Aussies call things they wear. Want to look up a word? Search by Alphabet on over 700 words. Seeing … Read more

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Clothing 1

Aussies dress much the same as most people do, we just have different names for things. Unless you’re going skiing, you won’t need a heavy coat if you’re used to cold weather. Compared to most places in the USA, our … Read more

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Phrases

Many English speaking people visiting our country for the first time often find Australian English surprisingly different. For example Aussies tend to shorten words in ways that leave visitors lost: a politician is a polly, university is uni and Christmas … Read more

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More Things

Decimal currency (dollars and cents) was introduced in Australia on 14 February 1966. The Royal Australian Mint in Canberra, ACT is responsible for the design and minting of Australia’s circulating coins. Australia’s currency notes are printed in Melbourne, Victoria by … Read more

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Greeting

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