15 Australian Slang Words to Help You Speak Like a Local

Australian – pronounced ‘Strayan’ or ‘Strine’ in the local tongue – is a majestic language; a distant cousin of the Queen’s English that has developed by baking in the outback sun for the last couple of centuries. Learn these 15 phrases and you’ll seamlessly blend in with the locals, from ripper larrikins to bogan nuffies […]

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15 Kiwi Slang Words to Help You Speak Like a Local in New Zealand

Every place has its linguistic quirks, but New Zealand slang is on an entirely different level. In a country where ‘yeah, nah’ is a form of disagreement, ‘tramping’ means hiking, ‘egg’ is a way of calling someone a clown and ‘Kiwi’ is the name of the entire populace, you’re likely to feel a little lost […]

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