This is the dialect of English which will help you get speaking to locals in their native accents! English is spoken differently across the world with local versions adapting accents, spelling and vocabulary. You’ll be understood anywhere English is spoken no matter which version you learn.Learn English (Australian) with uTalk
Australian English has some unique vocabulary- for example, 'lollies' are sweets, a 'doona' is a duvet, and a 'barbie' is a barbecue.
A slang phrase you're likely to hear a lot in Australia is 'G’day', an abbreviation of 'Good day'. If someone says 'G'day mate', it doesn't necessarily mean you're friends- this is a standard casual greeting.
Australian English borrows some words from indigenous Australian languages, such as dingo and boomerang (from Dharug) and kangaroo (from Guugu Yimidhirr).
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