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Aussie Slang Down Under

RRP $71.50

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Aussie Slang Down Under is chockers with colourful Australian slang and phrases. This unique dialect is widely spoken across Australia and manifests experiences from the countrys broad history. It will allow you to travel around Australia with great confidence and perhaps even make some Aussie friends as a result of your newly gained lingo skills. The most important thing is to have fun so why not have a shot at the world famous Aussie Slang Also available Aussie Phrases Down Under.


A-z Aussie Alphabet Book

RRP $12.99

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This book is all about A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z and Aussie animals.

About the Author

Heath McKenzie is a much-loved and highly successful Melbourne-based children's book illustrator whose work ranges from early childhood picture books to YA novel covers. The funniest illustrator not on the stand-up circuit, and much in demand for his school appearances, Heath learned the alphabet a little while ago and can still remember it all to this day!


A To Zed Of Aussie Slang 2015

RRP $18.99

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Australian English like all other languages being used is a living entity and is constantly changing. Many slang terms used by my parent's generation are infrequently used now. Likewise, the language used by Aussie teenagers today is different from the language I feel comfortable using.With the internet, television and the globalisation of almost everything, cultures are being influenced by other cultures and many slang terms are now almost universal. However, we do need to take care when we use language in different cultures, because even the same slang terms can mean different things. Two examples which come to mind are the words "thong" and "fanny". These words have very different meanings in the United States of America and in Australia.In Australia, the context in which various words are used can totally change the meanings of those words. An example is the word "bastard". The dictionary meaning is "a person born from an unmarried mother". It is used in a derogatory sence in most cultures and can be used that way in Australia also. However, in Australia it can also be used in an almost affectionate way between good friends.



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